Silk Flower Corsage Pins

Here are some pretty and simple little silk flower corsage pins, perfect to use for... 

thank you's, and...

teacher appreciation gifts, and...

mothers day... or even for showers, birthdays, or as hostess gifts.

Use them at a bridal shower, or just one to honor the Bride to Be and serve up these fancy Tuxedo & Pearl Oreo Cookies!

It would be fun to host a tea and wear the flower corsage. You probably want the tutorial by now,
Right? Let me share one more idea first...


I also love to use silk flower corsage pins to embellish:
the cheeky little aprons I make. These are great for Mothers Day and as house warming gifts. {Find more aprons here.} As you can see, the corsage style is limited only by your imagination.

Silk flower corsage pins are super simple to make. They take just five minutes. Click here for the TUTORIAL!

Silk flowers are a beautiful alternative to bows on gift packages, as well. You can see the tutorial and Mod Podge gift canisters *here*

Need more Mothers Day ideas? Click here.

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