DIY Blooming Jewels for Your Wrist

by Kaye Go on October 05, 2017

Flowers are an actual living proof that treasures exist on earth. They break out from the soil to share to the world the beauty of nature. Besides being widely used as a Valentine’s Day gift, you can also use them as an instrument for a lovely bracelet. Blossoms reflect the colors of the soul and wearing one around your wrist would truly be an honor.

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Unlike fake flowers, real blooms speak a universal language. They add fragrance and sophistication in everything. Your bare wrist will surely be nothing short of elegant with the presence of these alluring blossoms. Nowadays, you won’t have trouble getting them since they are very much available through online flowers. You don’t need to personally visit a shop, with just one click, your fresh bouquet will immediately be sent right to your doorstep.

In order to give you the opportunity to have your own charming bracelet, we compiled here the different processes you have to take. Don’t worry. You just have to endure 5 easy steps.


  • Fresh and long-lasting flowers
  • Metal wire (thick and thin)
  • Shears and wire cutters
  • Oasis Floral Adhesive (Glue guns damage plants)
  • Ribbon
  • Floral Tape
  • Pliers


Measure and cut your thick metal wire slightly longer than your desired length. Bend in the ends using pliers to dismiss its sharpness. Then, use a floral tape to wrap around your wire.


Gather the flowers and other materials that you want to be a part of your design. Start cutting flowers and leave half an inch of the stem.


After you finished cutting the excess parts, use your thin metal wire to thread the throat of your blossom/s. Form a hook at its end so that you can easily thread your posies through the center of your thick metal wire.


Once you have done threading, wrap the stem and wire together using a florist tape. You may now start attaching your flowers and other embellishments to your thick metal wire by twisting. I suggest you place first the focal point of your design at the center for easy adjustment.


Put Oasis Floral Adhesive to those decors that seem to be loose or wobbly. Once you have placed all the flowers and other decorations, cover and secure your blossoms by wrapping a ribbon around the bracelet (thick metal wire).

Voila! You have successfully created your very own flower bracelet! Inspire others by sharing what you have learned. Wear your masterpiece with pride.


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