Pretty pom-poms made out of tissue paper are easy and inexpensive to make
Brian Francis

Flipping and Folding

Step 1: Unfold the tissue paper, and lay the stack on a flat surface. Beginning at one of the long ends, make a crisp fold (about 1 1/2 inches wide), and then flip the stack over and make another (resembling accordion folds). Continue the folds until you reach the other end of the stack.

Tip: We used 15 sheets of tissue paper per pom-pom. For varying amounts of fluff, you can try more or less.

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