Kara's Party Ideas Cupcake Liner Pom Pomander Tutorial- Vintage Valentines Party | Kara's Party Ideas

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Here’s a tutorial on how to make the adorable
Cupcake Liner Pom Poms from my Vintage Valentines Party!
I hope you enjoy!
These are so darling and so easy to make. You could use them for so many parties.
Here we go….
You will need:
Cupcake liners {any color or style}
A styrofoam ball
A glue gun
Pins
Photography by Lyndsey Fagerlund Imagery.
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Step one: Take 2 cupcake liners and stick a pin through the center of them…
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Step 2: Fold/scrunch the 2 liners around the pin like so…
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Step three: Put a dab of hot glue on the tip of the liners…
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Step four: Insert the pin into the styrofoam ball…
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Step four: Push the pin all the way into the styrofoam so the cupcake liners are securely glued to the ball…Photobucket
Step five: Carefully open the liners making sure the pin is all the way inserted into the styrofoam. If it isn’t, push it all the way in….
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Step six: Repeat until the whole ball is covered with lovely cupcake liners! Attach fishing line or a ribbon to hang! {For this particular pom pom I left a space uncovered so I could set the ball on a large glass candlestick}…
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71 Comments
  1. Simply Creative Insanity says:

    That is such a great project! THanks for sharing your tutorial!

  2. Catieu says:

    Simple and very cute!!!

  3. Anonymous says:

    It could not be easier. THANK YOU…

  4. Bullfrogs & Butterflies Baby says:

    Sweet and simple, what's not to love?!

  5. Sandi says:

    these are amazing! thanks for the tutorial!

  6. Lissa (The Wedding Bistro at Bellenza) says:

    Cupcake liner projects seem to be everywhere these days. But very few have such an easy-to-follow tutorial. Thanks!

  7. Bethany says:

    They look like carnations! Love them!

  8. Adriana says:

    How pretty and easy to make!

  9. Glory/ Glorious Treats says:

    Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing! The whole party set up was really beautiful!!

  10. Balloons says:

    This is really great, i like it. Thank you sharing this blog.

  11. ~Ali~ says:

    Pretty much in LOVE with this!!! i think I am going to make some to hang in my baby girls room!!! EEK! Can't wait! Thanks for showing us how to!

  12. Kasey says:

    I love it. It's beautiful!

  13. Events Personalized says:

    love it! great idea for more different decor!

  14. Tammy says:

    curious as to how many liners this takes? Is one package of 50-75 enough?

  15. Heidi says:

    This looks super cute!

  16. Rachie @ A Chi Chi Affair says:

    Totally love these – can i share this on my blog?
    Rachie xo

  17. Manni says:

    Thats amazing! I'm going to have to try these out!!

  18. Pamela says:

    Oh so adorable–and you made them seem so easy with your tutorial. Thanks for being willing to share your ideas.

  19. Samantha says:

    Great! thanks for the easy and adorable how-to! x

  20. kara's party ideas says:

    Thanks so much for all your nice comments! I'm glad you like the tutorial :].
    Tammy- I would say at least 100. Depends on how big your styrofoam ball is though…the one shown was about 4 inches.

  21. It's Grace says:

    So incredibly elegant! Thanks so much for sharing the tutorial.

    Blessings,
    Erin

  22. BellaVida says:

    What a great project. Something simple that looks so pretty.

  23. kelliwillard says:

    super adorable – i love it! very beautiful on your table, too.

  24. Maja says:

    So beautiful! I will try to make some!

  25. Kay says:

    This is great. I would so much rather craft than bake, so this is a great way to use my cupcake liners!

  26. Gift finder says:

    Thanks for sharing great gift idea's with gift post your great blog with us.

  27. Kristen says:

    So cute and yet so simple! Thanks!!

  28. [email protected] says:

    I'm loving everything you created for this party! Thanks for the how-to, I'll be spreading the word.

  29. Adrienne says:

    So simple, yet so very pretty! Thank you for sharing this.

  30. Lori says:

    Great tutorial, I found you at Shebli Renee Events.
    Lori

  31. Heather Vaughn says:

    Love this project! Definitely going to have to try it for this Valentine's Day.

  32. Susie Anderson says:

    Just spotted this on Emmaline Bride and have a feeling I'll definitely be making these for my wedding next summer! I'm not very crafty, but this I can handle :) And since our wedding will be in a hotel, we want to make it as personal and fun as possible. Thank you!

    Sues

  33. Papier and Cakes says:

    Oh wow! We have an 18th birthday to celebrate later this year. I might just have to make some for a decoration. Thank you for the idea and for your great instructions.

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  38. Paulia Tompkins says:

    I love the simplisity of this and the outcome is fantastic. Thank you for showing that there is a way to get unique even when the budget isnt large.

  39. Natalie says:

    Where did you buy the cupcake liners in that color?? I really need this color for my wedding but I can’t find it.

  40. Macey says:

    Hoe many cupcake wrappers did u use for one? I need an idea of how mny i need to buy! Thank you :) This is such a simple and amazing DIY centerpiece!

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  43. Joanna says:

    im trying to make these for my baby shower :} can you just give me an idea of what size styrofoam spheres you used please :D im tryin to make 12 of these possibly and an estimate of how many cupcake liners you used as well

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    If you want to make it big like 12″, buy 8″ ball….

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