Post # 1
I was inspired by another bride on on weddingbycolor with her ribbon pomanders. http://www.weddingbycolor.com/erayitas7/milestones/103144 < for instructions
And decided to create my own.
My pictures didnt come out clear and they look alot better hanging than squashed on my living room table as in the photos.
But you get the idea 🙂 I really like them!!!!!! only another 10 more to make.. 🙁
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Post # 4
Oooh I like those… Good job!! How long does it take you to make one?
Post # 5
about an hour each? These two were my experimentals. I used a 5 inch styrofoam ball.
I measured all the strips into four inches which took about half an hour… used about 100 pins? but i wasnt really counting. and ended up with one very sore thumb from pushing the pins in!
Post # 6
Can you use a thimble?
They look terrific, btw. Vibrant and unique. I love them!
Post # 8
I looove these! I keep changing my mind about how I am gonna make mine b/c I keep seeing better things! Idk if I want to go through that much time and energy though.. maybe I do.
Post # 9
I love these! Wish I’d seen them before I got married!
Post # 10
Lorrienee – yes you can use a thimble. Im not a sower tho and dont have a sowing basket, so I went to my parents place last night and raided mums sowing basket for one after my poor thumb started to throb tho!
Post # 11
i feel ya! they’re pretty tho!!
Post # 12
Gorgeous! They really are just lovely.
Post # 13
great job! I love the colors 🙂
Post # 14
One of the prettiest pomanders I’ve seen!
Post # 15
I love these. I made sample fabric and ribbon pomanders and the fiance liked the fabric ones better. Too bad they’re taking me so much longer (about four hours each)