(Closed) Tulle Pom Poms?

posted 8 years ago in DIY
Post # 4
459 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

I just googled how to make tulle pom pom & this the first link that came up. I hope it helps!!! Here’s a pic of the ones in the link


Post # 6
8 posts
  • Wedding: June 2011

Do you still need some help with these?

I imagine they aren’t to different than the tissue poms that I make. 

Let me know what you are looking for and I’ll give yous some tips, dimensions.




Post # 7
289 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

wow too cute i may steal this!

Post # 8
8 posts
  • Wedding: June 2011

I make tissue poms so I figured I’d give these a try. Super easy to make less than five minutes. I made the little six inchers. 

When separating the tulle one layer at a time. pull and twist up 1, pull and twist down 1, pull twist up, pull twist down….and repeat until you get to the last layer**at some point you might want to rotate to and pull and twist in the other direction….less fluffing at the end….you will have fluffed one side, flip over and repeat. You can see that you will want to do a little trimming.


Make sure that you securely tighten your wire in the center.


If you are going to make a garland after you attach the wire before you fluff tie your string…or you can thread with a needle monofilament through the center that way its adjustable.




You will wrap the wire where my hand is and then cut the top/bottom tulle.

1.  Cut a length of tulle, two and  a half yards long.

2.  Cut a scrap of card stock 4 inches by 6 inches.

3.  Wrap your length of tulle around the width of the card until you
reach the end.  

4.  Carefully slide the tulle off the card.

5.  Cut a 2″ piece of  coated wire and twist it around the center of
the tulle bundle to create a bow shape. 

6.  Slide your scissors through the tulle bow loops and carefully cut
the ends.  Repeat on the other side.

7.  Begin pulling the tulle layers towards the center.   Fluff and
shape your poof. .   Trim any extra long pieces to make your poof


I hope this helps.

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