Post # 1
I am making these fabric pomanders for my wedding. I plan to hang them up all over the reception and possibly down the aisle. They are a little cheaper than making them out of flowers.
Fabric (about a yard for 4″ styrofoam ball)
styrofoam ball (I’m using 4″ ones, 3″ ones & 2.5″ ones)
Hot glue gun
floral pins & Ribbon (If you want yours to hang)
Step one: Trace circles onto fabric. For my 4″ balls, I traced 4 inch circles. For my 3 inch balls, 3 inch circles
After cutting out the circles fold in half and put a dot of hot glue in the center of the folded part
Fold right side over onto glue- then put another dot of glue & fold left side over
Poke a hole into the stryrfoam ball, not too deep, and then put hot glue inside the hole. Take the pointed edge of your fabric and push it down into the hole.
I make a line all the way around the ball one way with the fabric and then start filling in the two empty sides.
Step 7: (If you want them to hang)
Find a good place to be the top of your pomander. Take a fabric pin and string it with any ribbon you’d like. Shove the fabric pin into the styrofoam ball and then tie a knot in the ribbon so it will stay attached to the fabric pin and not slip out.
Now you’re done!! These take a bit of time but they look super cool and they aren’t very difficult to make! Way easier for me then the tissue paper pomanders on the Martha Stewart website!
Post # 4
Thank you for posting a tutorial.
Post # 5
awww these are great!!!!
Thanks for posting, your very clever!
Post # 6
awesome. thanks so much!!
Post # 7
How many circles does it take for one pomander?
Post # 8
- Wedding: January 2010 - Mr. P's GrandparentsÃ¢Â€Â™ Ranch
that looks totally awesome!
Post # 10
I’m planning on making these soon, and I showed them to Fiance. His response was, “Why can’t we just buy loofahs!?”.. they just don’t get it.
Post # 11
YSQueen- it takes about a yard of fabric for the four inch balls. I don’t know how many circles I cut, just how much fabric I used all together.
BrianneG- I have actually bought one of those plastic storage bins from Target right after the holidays to store all my DIY stuff in. I make sure these are on the top not getting squished.
Nlmiele- loofahs that is fantastic! Their ideas are so simple…and they don’t get it! But I think once they see it all come together they understand!!
Post # 12
What kind of fabric did you use?? They look awesome!
Post # 13
Thanks for the tutorial, This has given me an DIY idea for my wedding. 🙂
Post # 14
ooooh, so tempting to do this!!!! not sure how I could use ’em, since they aren’t exactly gonna fit our theme….
but they’re still awesome!!!!
Post # 15
These are awesome! I was wondering how I could use fabric : )
Post # 16
Hey – quick question, how much do you think each one roughly cost to make?