Party Perfect Tissue Poms

I really enjoy styling parties.
No, seriously… I love it!    I love it so much that if you were a friend of mine and told me you were throwing a party for your child, I would lie in bed that night planning your entire party design, whether you asked me to or not! {Most of the time I try really hard to keep it to myself, so you wouldn’t think I was controlling… or crazy } I would even come up with a plan for you to have the most fabulous party and spend a fraction of what you thought you had to spend on decorations! 
How is that you ask?  Tissue Pom Poms!    
They make a bold statement and are super cheap! 
This is where my obsession with tissue pom poms began… good old Martha!  Her tutorial is great for the basics!  All you need is tissue, floral wire, and a good pair of scissors and you are in business! 
There are so many varieties of tissue poms out there, most of them only require a little different cut before you fan out your tissue pom.
 Here are three variations that I use most often:
I admit that I am a little obsessed with parties, but isn’t it amazing what an impact a few dollars and some tissue paper can make?  
If you are a friend of mine, please don’t be afraid to tell me that your child is going to have a birthday party!  I promise not to bombard you with all of my elaborate plans… unless you ask! 
Have a great end to your week! 
Your lunatic friend….
*Trish
  
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Trish Flake

Author/Co-Owner at Uncommon Designs
Hey y'all! I am Trish and one half of the creative team at Uncommon Designs. I adore party planning, holiday celebrations, and all things crafty! I am so excited to share my creative adventures with you!

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  1. Great ideas!

  2. They are all fantastic! Megan

  3. These are so cute and fun! Thanks for sharing. We are your newest follower both on linky and google friend connect! Hope you’ll come visit us at shabbygals@blogspot.com.

  4. Wow these are amazing!

  5. I made jelly fish Pom poms for my daughters under th sea party with three poms tied together going from large to medium to small with some of the ends tied on as tentacles. I love poms, they can be used in so many ways. I love your blog by the way.

  6. I have never seen a pom pom on a stick. This is adorable!!!! I am going to “Pin” this idea.
    http://www.athriftygeek.com

  7. A girl after my own heart, I LOVE throwing/planning parties too!! In fact I made 70 of these pom poms small and miniature napkin ring version for my DIY wedding. After number 20, I was pooped. But they really look great!!! Nice blog, and Happy Party planning!!!
    http://www.questofthenocturnalbaker.blogspot.com

  8. Those are beautiful. I can see using them for a Lorax party.

  9. I love them too! I make them for every party. Except for my son, lol.

  10. following your blog now. can’t wait to try those pompoms!

  11. TRISH!!! You forgot to link up at The DIY Dreamer!! :)

    I LOVE Tissue Poms!! They make every party look like a REAL party! :)

  12. I remember making these in high school…we decorated our whole prom with these…always make a party more fun!
    I am your newest follower..pls follow back if you can.

  13. My favorite is the round petal, because it’s more … fluffy! But they are ALL wonderful for the party atmosphere :)

  14. Would LOVE it if you could share this on my link party Serenity Saturday

    Natasha xx

    http://www.serenityyou.blogspot.com

  15. Love these, they make such a statement! Stopping by from Serenity Now!

  16. These would be so great for weddings, and super cheap!

  17. Ah, yes, craftiness is a special kind of crazy – fortunately, it’s the good kind!

  18. I did these for a baby shower I threw the other day. It was my first shower, so I was nervous about putting a ton of effort into all of these crafts and nothing turning out well enough for anyone to even notice — but the pom-poms were a HUGE hit! Everyone noticed. And my daughter even helped me to make them!

  19. I was trying to think of something unique with a lot of color to hang from my chandy for spring. I think these in a mini version with a few colorful butterflies will be just the ticket! Thank you for sharing! I love all the variations you have!

  20. These are super cute! Always looking for cute and inexpensive decorating ideas! We are so glad that you linked up to “Strut Your Stuff Saturday.” Hope you’ll be back next week! -The Sisters

  21. These are seriously cute. I’m making these for my next party! Thanks for the fun idea I found on Tip Junkie….
    Blessings,
    Krista

  22. i love the tissue paper pom pom idea. my next party i’m determined to have some of these little guys make an appearance.

    stopping by from turquoise tuesday.
    hope you’ll check out my blog.
    mybagofsunshine.blogspot

  23. I’m totally in agreement with you, Trish. I had some hanging on my chandelier this weekend (shown in my current post), that I just hated to take down, they’re so festive! The packs of tissue I bought at Target only had 6 pieces of tissue (who double checks that?), but my poms look pretty, anyway.

  24. Pinned it. Thanks!

  25. Those are so beautiful!! That add such a cute statement at the parties! Love it! Thanks for sharing at Thursday’s Temptation.
    Jill

  26. These are so gorgeous. They add a just a beautiful statement. These could be so perfect in so many different parties/settings. Thanks for giving us the links for the basics on Martha. Thanks for sharing your creative inspiration at Sunday’s Best.

  27. I agree, pom poms do make a big statement! I?m very much like you…I’ll lay in bed planning out the party…sometimes non-existent parties too! LOL!

  28. Just love theses!! I made some for a party a few years ago, used different colors and made some with pointed ends and some with curved ends. It was amazing how they really brought the space to life, so much fun!!

  29. I want you to come style my party! I had no idea there were so many different way to make tissue paper poms. Well done friend!
    Thanks for sharing at oopsey daisy!

  30. SO PRETTY!! These would even look great in my daughter’s bedroom over her bed! Thanks for the inspiration… and linking up this week!

  31. pinning this!

    Thanks for linking up to Serenity Saturday.
    Can’t wait to see what you link up tomorrow

    Natasha xxx

    http://www.serenityyou.blogspot.com

  32. Thank you for linking up a fabulous project…

    hope you will stop by and link up another great project..

    http://polkadot-pretties.blogspot.com/2012/03/you-inspire-linky-party_10.html

    Claire xoxo

  33. Hey I just wanted to let you know I featured you on Blissful and Domestic this morning. Stop by and grab a button and check it out.

    Danielle
    Blissful and Domestic

    http://blissfulanddomestic.blogspot.com/2012/03/30-spring-crafts-and-treats.html

  34. There will be a pile of these at my daughter’s birthday party in August! I would love for you to link this up to “I Made This” at Grits & Giggles! http://gritsandgiggles.blogspot.com/2012/04/i-made-this-2.html

  35. Ooooo Sister I am sooooooo RIGHT THERE with you…I only have question for you…WILL U be MY friend?????????

    Seriously, I have tried MANY, MANY times to make the pom, poms and I can’t seem to get it right..is there a trick to the size of tissue paper, the amount of tissue papers, or to folding that make yours look so good? I have followed the Martha tutorial and still can’t make ones as good as yours!! I really want to make these for my son’s b-day in about 5 weeks I hope I can conquer!

    I am there with you not only do the balloons cost money, they are not biodegradable, plus if you do it yourself what do you do that tank when you are done? Yeah….so over that

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