Easy, do-it-yourself, tissue paper Pomander Balls that are both beautiful and easy on the wallet. You can put together these tissue paper pomander balls with just a few simple supplies.

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Do you have a baby shower, bridal shower or wedding coming up? Pomander balls are so beautiful and there are SO many different styles out there. You can make Pomander balls with fresh flowers, fake flowers, tissue paper rosettes or other tissue paper styles. They are all gorgeous and they even make great household decor!

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Now you can even make your own pomander balls using tissue paper and they will last a LOT longer than those made with fresh flowers. That's right, with only a few supplies and some time, these easy, do-it-yourself tissue pomander balls are all yours. Want to know my favorite part about these pomander balls? You guessed it – they are inexpensive to make. Can I get a high five?

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Keep on reading because I am going to share my super frugal tips that help REALLY cut the cost on this super fun project! Let's get started…

How to Make Tissue Paper Pomander Balls

DIY Pomander balls are perfect for any event or decor! Who knew making these pomanders could be so easy?

FRUGAL TIP: You can also use crepe paper! So make sure to use what you have on hand or is cheap to buy.

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Are you ready to get started?

Supplies Needed for Pomander Balls

Gather up all your supplies before you get started:

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Tissue Pomander Ball Tutorial Number 1

First, you need a ball of some sort.

FRUGAL TIP: Styrofoam balls are great, but they are pricey. I decided to wad up magazine pages to make my own! This was a FREE option that works just as well!

Just wad up your magazine pages, form them into a ball, then secure with tape. Packing tape works really well.

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Next, grab your tissue. I got several packs from the Dollar Store. I thought the multi-color would be cute, but I'll probably just use solid paper next time rather than printed tissue.

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Cut your tissue paper into strips. I like mine a little thicker, so I recommend at least 1-2 inches. Fold it in half and then start rolling it up!

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FRUGAL TIP: This is also a great way to use up crinkled tissue paper that you would otherwise throw out.

Starting on one end roll it on itself. Secure with hot glue. Keep twisting, rolling, and securing, and it will eventually make a little rosette shape!

Finally, glue them to the ball all over – until you cover the whole durn thing and it looks fabulous!

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See how cute? This was my first time making these. My rosettes were tightly wound, and next time I think I'll do them thicker and looser. Just a side note 🙂

Tissue Pomander Ball Tutorial Number 2

Want to try your hand at another tissue paper ball style? This one is just stunning and super easy to make!

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Cut 1-2 inch squares of tissue paper and stack about 10 on top of each other. Poke a pin through the middle and pinch the papers.

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Pin the paper to the ball, pinch and ruffle the papers a bit so that the stand and fall the way you want them to.

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Trim the corners and ends of the tissue paper to make all the ends about the same length. Make sure to keep stuffing the pinned tissue paper in securely until it covers the whole ball.

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And there you go! Two different styles of tissue pomander balls that you can use for decor around the home, for parties, other special occasions and more.

Hooray for reusing! Give it a try 🙂