How Can You Attach Super Tiny (5Mm Or Smaller) Blossoms To Florist Wire?

Decorating By mslilafowler Updated 31 Dec 2019 , 7:07pm by MBalaska

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mslilafowler Posted 30 Dec 2019 , 10:39pm
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Using the smallest cutter in this pic

Anyone have suggestions on how to attach them to florist wire without falling off when they're dry?

Something like this picture but with much tinier flowers:


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kakeladi Posted 31 Dec 2019 , 2:55pm
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I’m so Sorry to say there aren’t many people using this site anymore   You might get more help at one of the Facebook sites    Your ? is something I  cannot answer   I have almost no experience wireing gumpaste flowers:(  

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SandraSmiley Posted 31 Dec 2019 , 5:19pm
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I feel you pain because I've experienced the same problem.  What I do, whether or not it is botanically correct, is to add a ball of gum paste underneath the blossom to help  hold it in place.  Just make a small ball of gum paste and slide it up the wire and glue it to the bottom of the blossom.  Sometimes I use the same color as the blossom and sometimes I use green to match the stem.

Hope this  helps.

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MBalaska Posted 31 Dec 2019 , 7:07pm
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Jacqueline Butler makes some fabulous tiny filler flowers...………..

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