Tuesday, May 5, 2009

{ try it tuesday: tissue paper pom-poms }

I was so thrilled to find this DIY tissue paper pom-pom tutorial via lillyella



pompoms


I want to make some and scatter them in the trees in our backyard for the little outdoor brunch we'll be hosting in a couple of weeks. I think they'll be a perfect compliment to the flower centerpieces. Now all I need is another 12 hours in the day.*

Quick links:
Full "how-to instructions here.

*This is  my back-up plan.

15 comments:

pinkstilettos said...

I love Love Love your blog!! I just have ti add it to my bloglist! Daisy~

Michelle said...

What a fun project! I just might have to try that next time I have some free time. Maybe next month... :)

Erica said...

this is such a fabulous project! i can't wait to try!

Amy said...

I am totally going to give this a go!

mcdonaldmargaret@hotmail.com said...

hi suz... your tissue flowers gave me a flashback. i helped nanie make these flowers for the st. c's festival every year. ask tissy if she remembers.

Lesley Miller said...

Crazy! I just made flower pom poms like these for Jonathan's graduation party on the 16th. But, mine are in various colors though to go with my Mexican theme. I'm planning to fill a vase with lemons and limes, then top the vase with the paper flower.

AnastasiaC said...

really pretty! love the fresh yellow...looks like you're getting into that Spring mood!

Alicia said...

so lovely...these and some pretty little lights...what a lovely party that would be.

Julia said...

Hurray! These are so, so cute!

simplesong said...

so, so cute! love it.

Anonymous said...

I sure do remember! These were a big deco item for all kinds of events. Thanks for the memorable flashback Suz.

Tissy

L'Atelier said...

brilliant! an ideal project for rainy miserable autumn days..sure will brighten up my day and appartement :)

Suzanne : : S.HOPtalk said...

Thank you Tissy and Maggie for reminiscing about St. Cecelia's festival. I loved going...it was close to my birthday, yes?

knack said...

oooh I want to make these! So very cute!

simplesong said...

so sweet! love the yellow!

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