35 Tissue Paper Pom Poms
Tissue papers are much more than disposable handkerchiefs. Available in numerous colors and different sizes, they serve as one of the most versatile art supply you can use to make anything from designer paper flowers to textured photo frames and painting masterpieces. Here are thirty five simple yet creative ways to make colorful pom poms using common tissue paper.
The picture is enough to confirm that tissue paper pom poms are the best for indoor decoration for a party to be held at home. You can use as many colors as you want to achieve more vibrant indoor décor.
Pretty in pink, these pom poms show how a little touch of fluffy pink can transform the whole look of a place.
The pointy ends look good for a neat pom, while the white satin ribbon used at the center gives it a more elegant look.
Pom poms of different sizes look better together than those made in the same size. The big and the small poms bring in the festive mood in a matter of minutes.
A soft, professional-looking pom pom garland, you can easily make it yourself at home instead of spending a whole lot of cash and energy in buying them from the store. Just follow the link and you will see how simple it is.
Two colored pom poms, you can make them in any combination you like to match the theme of your party. The blue-green one is really vibrant while the red-orange one brings a cheerful mood.
You can make this giant tissue paper pom pom in just 4 steps.
How many times have you seen a patterned pom pom? It is sure to draw the attention from all your guests if you have striped pom poms hanging from your ceiling, showcasing your creative ability.
All the pom poms made in soft pastel shades are giving the room a festive, yet classy look. You can also go for colors like blue and green if you are planning a party for your little man.
Ideal for Halloween decoration, you just need to use three colored tissue papers and make sure to keep the layers in the right order, pale orange, dark orange and then white.
A rather simple pattern for a small tissue pom, you can make multiple pom poms following the simple instructions given in the link, and then create a nice, decorative garland.
Have you ever noticed that pom poms somewhat look like giant flowers? So, here is an idea to make tiny colorful pom poms, attach a long stick (you can use anything from dried sticks from tree to thick metal wires) and keep them in a vase.
Tissue paper pom poms are also a great idea to decorate the house in preparation to welcome the newest member of your family.
Giant tissue pom poms are ideal for outdoor decorations. So, next time your throw a garden party or plan to celebrate your birthday in your backyard, you know how to get the decorations done.
The tutorial gives instructions for a scallop-shaped cut for the pom poms, but you can also go for a pointier or jagged cut.
A pom pom garland is an easy and fast way of giving your house a festive look when you don’t have time to shop for those fancy paper decorations available in the supermarkets. The best thing about them is they look equally good.
Take care of the decoration works for your little girl’s birthday party yourself by making cute pink and purple poms along with birthday bunting, and use them with colorful balloons. You can go for a blue theme if planning a party for your son.
Who knew homemade decoration could look so nice and be so easy to make. You can also make paper lanterns and matching bunting to go with the pom poms.
Three simple pom poms made with vibrant colored tissue are enough to transform the look of any of your rooms.
Made using the basic method used in most of the above patterns, the end result looks so gorgeous and elegant due to the bright yellow color.
So, you are sure to have a hoard of new ideas, now that you have checked out so many DIY tutorials for paper pom poms. Next time when you need to decorate your house for your homecoming daughter or your graduated son, you know what to do. Go ahead and get some practice so you become a pro by the time you actually use your pom poms for indoor or outdoor decoration.
Published on June 20th 2015 by Daphne Bennette