DIY Succulent Wrist Cuff

DIY Succulent Cuff

You’ve probably seen a few floral DIY’s from us in partnership with Afloral, but today we are sharing something a little different – a succulent wrist cuff as a pretty corsage! These would be perfect for family members or for a smaller ‘bouquet’ option for your maids. So here’s how we did it…

DIY Succulent Cuff

What You’ll Need:
• Silk Flowers from Afloral. We picked a variety of small succulents and a pretty, neutral ribbon from this curated page on Afloral.com
Glue Gun

DIY Succulent Cuff

Step 1: Start by clipping your succulents down to the base so they are easier to attach to your ribbon. Also trim your ribbon down by measuring your wrist length. You can either have it be exact length or tie into a ribbon for a pretty finish. Start by taking a succulent and simply gluing down onto the middle of your ribbon.
Step 2: Continue to add succulents to your ribbon.
Step 3: Finish by filling in any empty spaces, then finish by tying the end together around your wrist. Some lengthy ribbons would be really pretty for the gals!

DIY Succulent Cuff

DIY Succulent Cuff

DIY Succulent Cuff

DIY Succulent Cuff

Fun, right?!

If you make your own Succulent Wrist Cuff with AFloral using these steps or supplies, we’d love to see how it turns out, so please share on Instagram along with the hashtag #GreenWeddingShoesDIY. We’ll regram our faves!

*This post is sponsored by Afloral.com. All content, ideas, and words are by Green Wedding Shoes. Thanks for supporting our sponsors!

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