Pretty, inexpensive, easy, and quick.
This is my kind of craft project!
Tissue Paper + String = $3-4 per pom pom
If you are making several you can decrease your costs by buying larger packs of tissue paper.
Here’s what you’ll need:
10 sheets of tissue paper
2-3 feet of string (depending on how long you’d like your pom pom to hang)
Start by straightening 10 sheets of tissue paper on a flat surface. The sheets I used are 26×20 inch rectangles and made a pom pom with a 13 inch diameter. I was a little concerned before I started about not having square pieces, but they turned out round!
Fold your stack accordion style. I used a 1.5″ fold.
Tie your paper together using string, thread, wire, thin ribbon..whatever you have handy. I cut an arms length of nylon thread and tied it so I had a long tail remaining to hang from. If you need a longer or shorter length you can always cut it or add a longer piece of string.
Cut the ends. My scissors wouldn’t go through the whole stack so I cut them a fold at a time.
Gently begin separating the sheets. Start on the top edge and loosen all the way around the arc then towards the center.
Repeat with 5 sheets on each side, then flip over to complete the other half of the circle.
Hang and admire!
We’re adding ours to the “Coming Soon” window display at the new Best Bib and Tucker!
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