DIY Tulle Pom Pom Garlands

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By Guest Bloggers Melissa + Kellie, from the blogIcing Designs”.

We are so excited to share a very special party with you this week! But first we wanted to share the backdrop we created for our sweet table! This party was all about tulle and all about pink! We made mini pom poms all out of different shades of pink tulle and strung them on ribbon. They are fairly simple to make, and so darn cute you will squeal with delight when you see them all strung together!

All you need is tulle in the color of your choice, wire, wire snips, 4×6 card stock or index card and ribbon. Just snip your wire into about 4 inch pieces and measure your tulle into 90″ pieces.

After your tulle is cut you are going to wrap it around your cardstock.

Gently pull it off the paper and wrap your wire around the center of the tulle. It will leave you with something that looks like a little bow tie. Take your scissors and cut the top and cut the bottom to reveal the layers of tulle.

Then you will simply pull the tulle pieces apart and “fluff” it to create a pom.

String onto ribbon and hang for party!

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2 Responses
  1. Meg :

    Date: December 27, 2012 @ 8:50 AM

    how do you get the poms to stay in place on the final ribbon piece?

  2. Princess Party Decorations | Confetti Couture Blog :

    Date: October 30, 2013 @ 8:17 PM

    […] puffs of pink are made from inexpensive tulle. This tutorial by Think Crafts will show you how to make these easy party decorations to fill the party space with […]

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