Thursday, January 20, 2011

Cupcake Liner Pom Pomander Tutorial- Vintage Valentines Party

Here's a tutorial on how to make the adorable

Cupcake Liner Pom Poms from my Vintage Valentines Party!
I hope you enjoy!
These are so darling and so easy to make. You could use them for so many parties.
Here we go....
You will need:
Cupcake liners {any color or style}
A styrofoam ball
A glue gun
Pins

Step one: Take 2 cupcake liners and stick a pin through the center of them...
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Step 2: Fold/scrunch the 2 liners around the pin like so...
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Step three: Put a dab of hot glue on the tip of the liners...
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Step four: Insert the pin into the styrofoam ball...
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Step four: Push the pin all the way into the styrofoam so the cupcake liners are securely glued to the ball...Photobucket

Step five: Carefully open the liners making sure the pin is all the way inserted into the styrofoam. If it isn't, push it all the way in....
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Step six: Repeat until the whole ball is covered with lovely cupcake liners! Attach fishing line or a ribbon to hang! {For this particular pom pom I left a space uncovered so I could set the ball on a large glass candlestick}...
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To see more of this Vintage Valentines Party go here!
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33 comments:

Simply Creative Insanity said...

That is such a great project! THanks for sharing your tutorial!

Catieu said...

Simple and very cute!!!

Anonymous said...

It could not be easier. THANK YOU...

Bullfrogs & Butterflies Baby said...

Sweet and simple, what's not to love?!

Sandi said...

these are amazing! thanks for the tutorial!

Lissa (The Wedding Bistro at Bellenza) said...

Cupcake liner projects seem to be everywhere these days. But very few have such an easy-to-follow tutorial. Thanks!

Bethany said...

They look like carnations! Love them!

Adriana said...

How pretty and easy to make!

Glory/ Glorious Treats said...

Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing! The whole party set up was really beautiful!!

Balloons said...

This is really great, i like it. Thank you sharing this blog.

~Ali~ said...

Pretty much in LOVE with this!!! i think I am going to make some to hang in my baby girls room!!! EEK! Can't wait! Thanks for showing us how to!

Kasey said...

I love it. It's beautiful!

Events Personalized said...

love it! great idea for more different decor!

Tammy said...

curious as to how many liners this takes? Is one package of 50-75 enough?

Heidi said...

This looks super cute!

Rachie @ A Chi Chi Affair said...

Totally love these - can i share this on my blog?
Rachie xo

Manni said...

Thats amazing! I'm going to have to try these out!!

Pamela said...

Oh so adorable--and you made them seem so easy with your tutorial. Thanks for being willing to share your ideas.

Samantha said...

Great! thanks for the easy and adorable how-to! x

kara's party ideas said...

Thanks so much for all your nice comments! I'm glad you like the tutorial :].
Tammy- I would say at least 100. Depends on how big your styrofoam ball is though...the one shown was about 4 inches.

It's Grace said...

So incredibly elegant! Thanks so much for sharing the tutorial.

Blessings,
Erin

BellaVida said...

What a great project. Something simple that looks so pretty.

kelliwillard said...

super adorable - i love it! very beautiful on your table, too.

Maja said...

So beautiful! I will try to make some!

Kay said...

This is great. I would so much rather craft than bake, so this is a great way to use my cupcake liners!

Gift finder said...

Thanks for sharing great gift idea's with gift post your great blog with us.

Kristen said...

So cute and yet so simple! Thanks!!

Rachel@oneprettything.com said...

I'm loving everything you created for this party! Thanks for the how-to, I'll be spreading the word.

Adrienne said...

So simple, yet so very pretty! Thank you for sharing this.

Lori said...

Great tutorial, I found you at Shebli Renee Events.
Lori

Heather Vaughn said...

Love this project! Definitely going to have to try it for this Valentine's Day.

Susie Anderson said...

Just spotted this on Emmaline Bride and have a feeling I'll definitely be making these for my wedding next summer! I'm not very crafty, but this I can handle :) And since our wedding will be in a hotel, we want to make it as personal and fun as possible. Thank you!

Sues

Papier and Cakes said...

Oh wow! We have an 18th birthday to celebrate later this year. I might just have to make some for a decoration. Thank you for the idea and for your great instructions.

 
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