- 6 years ago
- Wedding: July 2013
I’m making origami bouquets for me and my BMs, which is (so far) going OK. Im having 2 flower girls (aged 6 and 2 1/2) and decided it would be really cute for them to carry kusudama pomanders. I made some kusudama cherry blossom from patterned scrapbook paper (because it’s heavier gauge than origami paper I thought it would hold up better with the kids!) and started to glue them together. The only thing is, the only ‘natural’ place to stick the flowers is with each petal touching, meaning you end up with this tiny, 6-flower pom when ideally I’d like a bigger, 12+ flower pomander. Should I just use these in the bouquets and make up some 5- or 6-petalled flowers to make the poms? Or does someone have an ingenious solution so I can use all 12 flowers in one pom?