Post # 1
Whew! Took a lottt of time and my fingers are glues and scraped up, but I’m sure it’ll be worth it! What do you guys think? I used a 5″ floral ball, which ended up about 8″ after all the tulle. Should I stick w/that size you think or maybe scale down to a 4″?
((ps thanks Mrs. D’orsay for the tutorial and Mrs. Beagle for the idea to use tulle!))
Post # 3
Looks great! I think the size is fine. I have never seen a tulle pomander- I love them!
Post # 5
BEAUTIFUL! You did a great job with this!!!!!
but… I gotta ask…. do you think they would make fun balls to toss around? 😉 Cause I can see the guests (and kids) at our wedding doing that…. which would be fun, if they don’t fall apart! 😉
Post # 7
@Zinzerena: thanks! haha i don’t know, i may cry a bit if they start tossing them around just because of the time i spent on them lol! but yes, they do look fun to play with!
Post # 8
these look awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Post # 9
I think it looks awesome!
Post # 10
LOVE them, want them! Totally gotta try to make one! Thanks for the inspiration. it’s the first one I’ve seen made out of Tulle.
Post # 12
That is just an amazing ball of fluffy goodness. I am trying to figure out how I could use this at my wedding – I love it!!!
Post # 13
Looks absolutely fantastic! Great job on getting it so symmetrical!
Post # 14
@krystallite: Understandable!!! I’d feel the same, if I wasn’t prepared for it! (trust me, my kids do NOT touch certain items, including some of my toys… like the stuffed ice dragon my Fiance gave me for valentine’s day one year… the damn thing cost more than a dozen red roses!)
But… I have two kids, two nephews, plus guests are bringing their kids… and our guests also ACT like kids (especially our closest friends who are total geeks, lol).
Post # 15
I would love to know how you did this. I love these balls but wonder what i would actually do with them.
Please post a link to the instructions is you can 🙂 tx