How to make tissue paper pom poms

  • Alison Wood

    Absolutely love this tutorial! I will be making this for my girl’s room. So cute and feminine and thrifty! Pinning this one and am now following via Twitter and Pinterest. Your blog looks so professional Keep up the great work! found you at Cheerios and Lattes:)

    • http://onelittleproject.com/ Debbie @ One Little Project

      That’s so sweet! Thank you so much Alison! :)

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  • Carol Stebner

    These are just adorable, and I think you did a great job on the video tutorial!

    • http://onelittleproject.com/ Debbie @ One Little Project

      Thank you! I was really nervous how it was going to work out! :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/purpledani9 Danielle DeVane Wells

    wow! This looks easy! I thought it would be alot more involved! I think I may try this for my own craft room! :)Found you via link party this afternoon and your blog design is beautiful is so neat and professional looking! :)
    Danielle@snipetsofinspiration.com

    • http://onelittleproject.com/ Debbie @ One Little Project

      Thanks Danielle! I checked out your blog too – nice to see a fellow piano player. :)

  • Karen Smith

    Could have totally used this last month for my daughter’s bday party! Too cute. FYI I’m visiting from we did it Wednesday.

  • Lisa DiMeo

    I have a graduation party to plan and I am SO going to do this! Thanks for shairing!

  • Ruth

    Debbie these are so great and such a wonderful tutorial for them too! I am loving your blog – I’d be thrilled if you linked up this and any other frugal projects with us at Living Well Spending Less! http://www.livingwellspendingless.com/category/thrifty-thursday

    • http://onelittleproject.com/ Debbie @ One Little Project

      Thank you! I will check out your link party. :)

  • veronica

    Ooo! I am throwing a baby shower in a few weeks and I have been wanting to make these but did not know how. Your directions are so clear and the pictures are great – I am sure I can figure it out now!! Thanks!

  • Jennifer Neill

    We’re entering party season and these will be great decorations!

  • http://www.facebook.com/craftionary Hani Shabbir

    Featuring you today! :)

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  • http://wickedjypsi.blogspot.com/ Giselle-Wickedjypsi

    This is a wonderful idea…I am so glad to find this right in time for my niece’s grad party :)) Thank you so much!!!

  • Angela Roberts

    I love hanging pretty little things from the ceiling securely with a clear push-pin. It leaves a small hole, but your eye won’t notice it from the ground! :)

    • http://onelittleproject.com/ Debbie @ One Little Project

      That’s an awesome idea! I will have to try that next time! Thanks for sharing!

  • megan

    Hi Debbie,Thankyou so much for your step by step details on how to make paper pom poms this was so easy and i absoutely loved doing this
    i think in know time my whole house will be covered in pom poms lol
    once again thankyou so much kind regards megan :-)

  • Emma

    Thank you for this tutorial….looking at ideas to decorate my 5yr old daughters birthday party room. Very effective & doesn’t break the bank!

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