Plants & Posies – Gladiolus Part 2/Making a Glamelia

The picture above is a sample of an old-fashioned corsage technique called a glamelia. This type of corsage uses gladiolus petals, wired and bundled together to create a large flower that resembles a camellia or a peony. There are stunning examples of these bouquets on Pinterest: Click here to view Glamelia Wedding Bouquets.

Here is a link that will take you to excellent instructions on how to create a glamelia corsage or bouquet: How to make a Glamelia

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