Tulle Pom Pom Garland

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Tulle Pom Pom Garland

This Tulle Pompom Garland is so easy to make and will pretty-up your party!

What you'll need

  • About 2 ½ yards of Tulle (6 inch width), for each pompom
  • Cardboard (or other object) the width of your pompoms
  • Twine or string, cut in lengths about 6 inches long, for each pompom
  • Twine, string, or thin ribbon, for the garland
  • Scissors
  • Large needle

How to make it

  1. First, plan out how long your garland will need to be, how far apart your pom-poms will be, and thus, how many pom-poms you will need.

  2. Purchase the tulle in the length and colors you like.

  3. With scissors, cut the tulle into about 2 ½ yards of tulle for each pom-pom.  If you want them fluffier, use a longer length of tulle.

  4. Get a piece of cardboard, or other object (your hand?), at least 4 - 6 inches wide, depending on how big you want your pompoms to be.

    It helps if the object is rigid enough to wrap the tulle around it, yet may be bent enough to easily remove each loop of tulle.

    Remember that the pompom will end up smaller - about half as much -- than whatever you wrap it around!

  5. Wrap a 2 ½ yard piece of tulle around-and-around your cardboard, making a loop.

  6. Holding the tulle in the middle, slip it off the cardboard.

  7. Tie a length of twine, or string, tightly around the center of each loop of tulle.

  8. Once the tulle is tightly tied, cut off any extra length of twine with the scissors.

  9. With scissors, cut both ends of the tulle loops.

  10. Fluff up your pompoms into a sphere, snipping off any pieces that stick out too far. Repeat for each pompom.

  11. Once all of your pompoms are made, put your twine or string through the needle, and thread each pompom onto the garland.

  12. Hang your garland using tacks, hooks, or simply tie it onto (immovable) household objects already in place.

  13. Slide your pompoms on the garland, as far apart or as closely as you like.

  14. Enjoy your pompom garland!

    Photo credit: Charli Mae.

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