Pom Poms: Take 2

Congratulations, grads!

If someone you know is graduating soon, here's a super cute decoration, like we showed you last week (here). You can create these pom poms any size to put in vases or even hang from the ceiling.

What you will need:

Scissors

Tissue Paper

Craft wire, ribbon or string

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Take the tissue paper and cut it to the appropriate size. For large pom poms, you can use the whole sheet. This one used the whole sheet, and since it had patterns on one side, we used 4 pieces facing out on both sides.

Again, for full instructions on doing pom poms, click here.

Once you have created your large pom poms, hang them from the ceiling of your party with fishing wire and you will have a super cute atmosphere to celebrate in!

 

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