Post # 1
Hello! TIA for any advice…I was wondering if anyone has made the tissue paper pomanders some time in advance, and how you stored them so they did not get smashed up? I am at a loss as to where to put these things….
Post # 3
I made flower pomanders several months in advance and so they didn’t get smashed I hung them off the cabinets in the dining room – seemed like a logical place at the time. If you don’t want them hanging out for several months, you could loup them over a hanger and hang in a closet or something too.
Post # 4
I agree, could you clear out a bit of a wardrobe/closet and hang them there?
Post # 5
I’ve been hanging them on the shower rod of my spare bathroom.
Post # 6
I piled all mine up in a big box and had no problem with them getting smashed.
Post # 7
when i’ve made them, i kept them flat until i needed them. is that an option for you? maybe unfluff them a day or two before you need them and rest them in a box. then they won’t have much time to settle on each other.
Post # 8
I suggested to someone else on here that they run a straight piece of wire or a wooden dowel across a rubbermail box. The plastic is easy to drill through and the box can later be used for other things. If you use a dowel, the ribbon can be wound around them to keep it hanging higher.