Monday, June 6, 2011

Tutorial Tulle Pom Poms. DIY Tulle Puffs.

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Tulle Pom Poms Tutorial

NEW updated tutorial from our post How To Make Tulle Pom Poms

SUPPLIES:
Tulle
I used 3 rolls. I wanted 3 colors in my Tulle Pom Pom.
Scissors

Measuring Tape
Ribbon

Gather all 3 rolls of tulle together and cut to make the strands even.

I wanted my Tulle Pom Pom to be 8".
Cut each strand of tulle 8" long. If you cut them in threes it takes less time then cutting them one by one.

For an 8" ball cut a total of 30 - 40 strands of tulle.
If you are making a bigger tulle pom pom cut more strands.

Push and line up your tulle. Pinch your tulle in the middle.

Cut an extra strand of tulle and tie in the middle securing it.

NEXT....

Gather each end of your tulle pom pom (one end at a time) and you will most likely have uneven strands of tulle.

Cut the uneven strands to make them even like above.

Add your ribbon to the tulle and secure it in a knot.

Fluff out your Tulle Pom Pom and you are FINISHED!

WASN'T THAT EAST?!

Hang up your new Tulle Pom Pom and enjoy!

Great for Birthday Parties, Weddings, and Kids Room Decor!!

I made Tulle Pom Poms for Madison's Diva Zebra Party and now they are in her Diva Zebra Room over her bed.

 


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15 comments:

  1. Amazing! I think I may even be able to make one of those. I am seriously crafty impaired, not even kidding!

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  2. Fabulous tutorial! Thanks for sharing, love the party setup! Found you through Tip Junkie and I'm now a follower.
    www.JustYolie.com

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  3. so awesome and very girly! http://caribbeanmissionarywife.blogspot.com

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  4. So cute! I love your blog!! :) I am your newest follower! I will be keeping an eye on your blog to learn new things. If you would like to take a look at my blog (and maybe be my follower too) that would be wonderful! I'm new to the blogging world but can't wait to contribute to this newfound crafting community!

    Cheers!

    Sarah M.
    www.diyordont.blogspot.com

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  5. Stumbled across your blog while looking for ways to use leftover tulle for hanging birthday decoration--LOVE this idea! Thank you so much for sharing!

    I'm your newest follower. :) I'd love for you to pop over to my blog this weekend and link this up with So Sweet Sundays!

    morrowsunshine.blogspot.com

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  6. Found this on Tip Junkie and love it. Very cute and much less time consuming than the tissue paper pom poms. Officially following your blog-looks like you have some great projects. Come and check our blog out at www.thedesperatecraftwives.blogspot.com
    Blythe

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  7. Thanks for visiting my blog! I'm your newest follower!! I haven't been able to comment on other blogs post for the past few months but wanted to let you know that I can not wait to read more of your blog :)

    Raychel from www.My-CreativeWay.com

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  8. Hi! Love the pom poms! I am looking for the pink color tulle you used. Did you order it online?

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  9. Yes, it's fushia colored tulle :)

    Raychel

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  10. Is each "strand" the width of the tulle (44"?) by 8"?

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  11. This is a great starter project for people! My wife and I sell tulle spools online and are always looking for new projects for our customers. I will send them this way!

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  12. Chris, thanks so much! You have a great selection of tulle :)

    Raychel

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  13. Oh my gosh!
    I LOVE LOVE LOVE this party and the tulle pompoms!

    New follower.... I think its better to follow you than just comment and pin everything you do! Your amazing!

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  14. I love it! Where did you buy the glitter tule (The balck one is so shine). I love it!! I hope you can reply.

    Thank you for this amazing post!

    Vanessa

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