Post # 1
Holy MAN! Are these things time consuming or what! My test ball was a cinch, easy-peasy! But these effers are taking forever haha. I’m having them line the road to our outdoor ceremony (prob only 10 or so down the road) and then I’m thinking of having them as part of the centerpieces on the tables (not TRUE pomander balls, as they won’t be compeltely covered in flowers only about 70% of the ball will be covered and the rest will be in a vase, unseen so no flowers necessary on that part).
Post # 4
Very nice 🙂
They are very time consuming, but you will be so happy when they are all done.
I remember when I did mine, I was very happy to be done with them, but then I decided they were too big, so I pulled them all a part and redid them. I am not redoing the new ones.
Post # 5
nice job! What are you making them from? I’m doing tissue-paper pomanders for our table centres – each one will be placed on top of a vintage glass candlestick then grouped in 3’s along our banquet tables. I need to make 24 in total, only made a test so far which took about 2 hours… must figure out how far in advance of April I need to get onto this!
Good luck with the rest of yours!