Fancy Pants Wedding's blog has an unbelievably fantastic tutorial that could not be easier - we don't think that this is just for weddings either! This could be great for home decor, gifts for friends, a house warming gift, holiday decor....you name it!
This cute little pomander is a super easy, super fun DIY wedding project brought to us by the fabulous Stephanie with Paper Garden. Paper Garden is my favorite rubber stamp, paper and gift store in Sacramento.
These hydrangea balls could be used at a bridal shower or maybe a casual backyard wedding. For the wedding they could decorate the aisle ends, be carried by your flower girl or stack a few in a cute basket or tin and use as a centerpiece.
- Yellow Marvy flower paper punch
- Blue Marvy flower paper punch
- pearl headed straight pins
- styrofoam ball (size depends on how big you want your finished pomander)
- card stock in desired color
- Multi-setting glue gun
- Glue sticks
- green florist tape
- wooden dowel
- 3 yards of ribbon
Punch a variety of large and small flowers from your chosen card stock. You can also use more than one color.
Place the pearl headed pin through the paper flower and push into the styrofoam ball.
Continue adding flowers to the ball, varying the sizes of the flowers and overlapping the blossoms so you are covering all of the styrofoam.
If added security is desired, add a small dab of hot glue, set your glue gun for stun, I mean low heat, under the flower. If you are using the hydrangea ball as a flower girl pomander I highly suggest the extra strength of gluing the flowers into place.
To make hydrangea ball into a hanging pomander:
Take 1.5 feet of ribbon and make one large loop, knotting the ends. Pin the loop into the pomander and using your glue gun on low heat setting, throughly glue the ribbon loop into place. Allow the glue to dry before moving your pomander.
Make a multi looped bow and glue it over where your ribbon handle meets the pomander.
How to make hydrangea ball into a flower:
Wrap the wooden dowel in green florist tape
Insert wooden dowel into the styrofoam ball and glue into place.