Tissue Paper Pom Poms
As I mentioned earlier in the week, we had a combined Easter lunch/baby shower on Saturday.
My sister-in-law in pregnant with her second, and we are looking forward to meeting this baby girl in June!
I helped out with the decor & knew after using the coffee filter puff balls at Thanksgiving
that I wanted to add a similar touch to this event!
This might be the EASIEST & most inexpensive project to date, Pom Pom Flowers made from tissue paper!
Each puff ball is made using one package of tissue paper (8-9 sheets) costing about $0.97 each.
Let me go ahead and apologize now…I made these puff balls in the car & took the photos with my iPhone.
I was trying to maximize that 5 hour drive.
1. Accordion Fold the stack of tissue paper.
2. Tape or attach with wire in the center.
3. Start pulling the tissue paper in opposite directions.
4. First up, then down…
5. When you finish one side, go to the other.
6. Fluff until pretty :o)
So do you agree? Isn’t this the simplest project EVER!!
Here are a few more inspiration pictures…
7 thoughts on “Tissue Paper Pom Poms”
Your pom pom flowers are so pretty and I've got these linked to my paper flowers post too today!
Those are so frilly-fluffy-cute! I love them. They totally make me smile =)
Those are extra cute! I think it's just the picture, but it totally looks like you have an ombre thing going on. If I understand the directions correctly, would it be pretty easy to layer different tissue paper colors and end up with an ombre effect after the pulling and fluffing? On a total aside, I passed the Versatile Blogger Award to you and just wanted to let you know in case you missed the post. I think you're awesome!
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Thanks for the tutorial! You've been pinned…I'm going to use these for a friend's baby shower in June!
I've always wanted to try these… you're right they do sound pretty easy when you break it down like that!
i just tried it :) cool! and i will include a link to your page in my blogpost today. :)