How to Save a Corsage?


To save a corsage you can keep refrigerated for about 2 week or so. Then if the corsage dies you can place in a book and preserve for a couple of months.
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The best way to save a corasge is to tye the flower to a hanger upside and spray with an aerosole hairspray being sure to cover every bit of the flower. Spray until dripping, it is best to do this in a dry cool place, to allow drying. The hairspray will harden the flower and add a lasting sheen.
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