Can’t believe October is almost here! I’m slowly transitioning away from my generic fall decor towards more of a Halloween feel. (If you follow me on Instagram I gave you a little sneak peek of this project. I realize I do that all the time, so if you want to be ahead of the crowd, you should totally become a follower! #shamelessplug #peerpressure)
I saw a version of these pom poms at hobby lobby (sorry I can’t find a link on their website) and I knew I could knock them off. They wanted $9 for 3 poms.. and I thought that was crazy, but I loved the idea. I hung mine along my front walk, and added last year’s Halloween beadboard sign (i love how the yellow and red colors play off each other)
To make these you only need tissue paper and either floral wire or string (I have even used twist ties in a pinch). That is it. So my cost for a half dozen various sized pompoms was less than $3 ($1 each for yellow/orange/white tissue):
Making pom poms is really straight forward. I’ve made them before, for my daughter’s birthday and school functions, but never shared a tutorial before. They are a go-to craft since they are so easy to make and you only need a few for a big impact.