- 6 years ago
- Wedding: September 2011
Can you give us instructions?
Those are gorgeous!!
Are they tissue paper?
ohhh i like those can u tell me how to make these
Thanks so much, They were defintely a labor of love and if I had to do it again I would purchase them already made.
I used these instructions:http://ruffledblog.com/do-it-yourself-tissue-paper-pomanders/ but I took 2 different colors and mixed them.
I got the tissue paper from nashville wraps, the ribbon from Joann’s, the jute twine from Hobby Lobby, and the styrofoam balls from Save On Crafts.
With the finished product some of the flowers were biger making the whole ball look at little lop-sided, so I just trimmed them up with scissors and they turned out fine.
those are really pretty
I know what a labor of love these are!
Two weeks ago, I helped coordinate a friend’s wedding and she didn’t have much going on for decor and not much of a budget.
For about a $100 and 60 man hours, in a matter of two weeks, I made 500 tissue paper flowers for 24 of these balls for centerpieces!!!
Then, we hung 18 very large ones (much easier to make!) from the ceiling, alternating with paper balls/ lantern things. Not quite chinese lanterns, but close.
They really do take A TON of work!! GREAT JOB!!
These are beautiful!