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Tissue Paper Pom Pom
Tissue paper pom poms look really impressive, but they are very cheap and easy to make. If you are planning a party, use colours to match the theme and hang them around the room.
8 sheets of coloured tissue paper
Clear wire or ribbon (for hanging)
Lay out the tissue paper sheets on a flat surface.
Fold the tissue paper in a concertina fashion, like you were making a paper fan. The folds should be about 5 cm wide.
Once the tissue paper is fully folded, secure the middle with florist wire.
Secure a pretty, contrasting ribbon to the florist wire. This is how you will hang the pom pom
Cut each end of the folded paper into a rounded edge.
Fan out each side as far as it will go, and then gently separate each layer of pom pom.
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