Make these simple tissue pom-poms to dress up a spring tablescape or hang them from a chandelier for a vibrant look.Marian Parsons, Miss Mustard Seed
Layer six to 10 sheets of standard-sized tissue paper on a flat surface. Fold width wise in an accordion-fold pattern.
Use sharp scissors to cut both ends of the folded tissue paper into a point.
Bind the center of the tissue with florist wire. Tie a ribbon onto the wire so the finished pom-pom can be suspended.
Gently pull apart layers of tissue and fluff them to form a sphere. Alternate between pink, lime green and white tissue to create a striped effect or choose paper in varying shades of the same color for a floral effect.