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Paper Pom-Pom Birthday Card

For this week’s Hand Stamped Sentiments challenge we have a pom pom challenge.  Create any project using pom-poms.  I created a paper pom pom with DSP from the Summer Smooches collection.   I found these instructions for making the paper pom-pom here.  Super easy!

Be inspired!  Visit Hand Stamped Sentiments and see all the wonderful projects from our design team.

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Pom-Pom Birthday Card

Size:  5.00″ W x 5.00″ H

Stamp sets:  Itty Bitty Banners

Paper: Card Stock:    Whisper White, Island Indigo; DSP Summer Smooches

Ink:  Island Indigo

Accessories:  Big Shot, Bitty Banners Framelits Die, Perfect Polka Dots Embossing folder, Scallop Circle Die, Basic Rhinestones, 1/2″ Daffodil Delight Seam Binding ribbon

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4 Responses

  1. I love your pompom from paper. Super cute, and thanks for linking us up with the tutorial. This is a creative challenge this week, and so timely. Today I am making a bunch of tags for knitting projects. I’ll have to add pompoms 🙂

  2. Genny, this is gorgeous! I love the way that you put the bow and pompom together!

  3. So pretty! I love the color combo, and your over-the-top daffodil bow, and then your pom pom takes center stage! I like that it’s on a square card with round elements, it really balances the pom pom 🙂 Sorry I’m such a geek! Symmetry rocks!

  4. Very cute! I never even thought of using paper to make the pom pom. Very clever!

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