My littlest is receiving his First Holy Communion on Saturday. While I don’t feel the need to go crazy with decorations for a First Communion party, I do want to create a sense of celebration to make the day special and festive for my Seanie. I thought I’d try my hand at making white tissue paper pom poms to hang around the house. Not only were these the easiest things to make, they were inexpensive, quick and so pretty! Also, they can be flattened after use for storage, and reused again. They were simply addictive for me and my lovely crafting assistant, Hannah! Imagine these for a baby or bridal shower, or even at a wedding – wouldn’t a ton of them everywhere be spectacular? Oh the possibilities!
Trust me, even if you are not very crafty, you can make these sophisticated and whimsical decorations for your next party!
I don’t know about you but I always horde the tissue paper when my kids open gifts,
and then fold it up to reuse. Isn’t this a great way to reuse tissue paper from a gift?
Reduce, reuse, recycle, baby!
I see lots of colorful pom poms made from recycled tissue paper at my family’s future birthday celebrations!
Give this a try – it’s fun, easy and cheap!