Thursday, April 14, 2011

Flower ball #2 and tutorial!!

Hello friends. I hope you are having a great Thursday. I love to make these Pomander balls also (known as Kissing balls) These are used to decorate at Weddings and can be used to decorate a home. If you haven't made one you should. You will love the outcome of these Kissing ball. They are stunning. Here is the link to the first Kissing ball I made. The pomander I made here measures 8 inches diameter. They can be made with different flowers and smaller foam balls. These kissing balls are versatile. I love how they look too. Here's a tutorial on how to make one. I bought the ribbon, 3 inch foam ball, 4 bunches of artificial rose flowers at the Dollar Tree Store. Cut the flower stems to 1 1/2 inch with wire cutters. Take stem of flower and poke it through foam ball. Pull out flower and add hot glue in hole where you poked stem through and put flower back in to glue flower in poked hole. I hope I didn't confuse you, because I sometimes confuse myself (lol). Just keep poking hole with flower stem, add glue in poke holes and add flower to glue holes and you will have a kissing ball. Make sure you don't put them to close together because you will smash the flowers and make sure you don't leave them to far apart the foam ball will show. Poke another hole for ribbon on top and fill hole with hot glue and add ribbon. When your friends see it! They will all want you to make them one:) Let me know if I confused you. Have a great day all and thanks for stopping by.


  1. Those flower balls look fantastic! Great tutorial too!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a great week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  2. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave in the Cutting category today [15 Apr 01:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

  3. Love the ball. I am a new follower from the hop.

  4. Hi visiting from the bloghop, I am follower already. Hope you can drop by at my little blog. Thanks!

  5. Hi, I stopped by from the Follow Friday. New follower. Please visit my blog too if you like:

  6. Beautiful! I'm a new follower from the social parade blog hop!

  7. stopping by from Trendy Treehouse!
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  8. following you via blog hop. This is so gorgeous. I have to try it. Hope you can follow me.

  9. Love the ball and tutorial...I think I could even do that :)
    Found you over on the weekend blog hop. Hope you'll follow me back.

  10. Great Flower would work for any occasion.. Just followed you on weekend blog hop...hope you will take a look at mine

  11. I love this tutorial! Easy.

    Following from the Tuesday blog hop, I hope you visit/follow me back.

    If you wish to follow me on twitter, that would be great too. =)!/MomandRC

  12. I am a new follower via GFC. I found you through Follow Me, Chickadee! I hope you can stop by and check out my new blog and follow back.

  13. hi there - cute idea...I have made these before using ribbon and different holiday this one - lots.

    I just became your newest follower and would love it if you would do the same for me.

    embellishments by tina

  14. How cute...hopefully I can remember how to do this at Christmas time, they would make lovely decorations to hang around the house!

  15. Hi judy !
    i do a monthly featured segment at my blog ,
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    This is just to appreciate the love n support our followers offer us.
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    As a featured blogger - you get to feature one of ur tutorials or blog post on Lightbox creative ideas. (this is going to be Strictly in ur name, as Featured a guest blogger)
    We love the flowerball 2 tutorial , but if u would like to post some other good work of urs u can give us the link to that post.
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