Floral Wearables Using Adhesive (Online Demonstration)

Floral Wearables Using Adhesive (Online Demonstration)
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Arrin Sutliff, Tint Floral

Two photos side by side. On the left is a pink and cream floral corsage on a wrist. On the right is a display of mini bouquets in rose, cream, and green colors.

Floral adhesive is an indispensable tool when it comes to design for both flowers and other plant material. During this online demonstration, Arrin will share how to make a modern wrist corsage. Learn best practices for using glue and how this same method can be applied to a variety of jewelry such as earrings, hair pieces, and rings. At the end, Arrin will discuss how to care for these wearables so they last out of water for as long as possible.

If you want to follow along with Arrin during the demonstration, please have the following materials:
2 feet of 1” wide ribbon
Fabric or felt square (2"x 2"), most material should work
Floral adhesive
Plant material: 5 to 10 stems with small leaves or flowers

Please note: This program will be offered through the online platform Livestorm. Clicking on the pre-registration link below will allow you to register through that system.

DATE: Saturday, October 16
TIME: 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. ET
LOCATION: online
FREE: Pre-registration required


United States Botanic Garden Conservatory
100 Maryland Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20001
(202) 225-8333