MarthaStewartwedding

Materials
-Tissue paper
-24 gauge white cloth-covered floral wire

Hanging Poms-Poms(see post below)
1. Stack eight 20-by-30-inch sheets of tissue. Make 1.5 inch wide accordian folds, creasing with each fold.
2. Fold an 18-inch piece of floral wire in half, and slip over center of folded tissue; twist. With scissors, trim ends of tissue into rounded or pointy shapes.
3. Seperate layers, pulling away from center one at a time.
4. Tie a length of monofilament to floral wire for hanging.

Napking Rings(shown above)
1. Stack four sheets of tissue. Cut a 10-by-5-inch rectangle, going through all the layers. Make 3/8-inch-wide accordion folds.
2. Fold an 18-inch piece of floral wire in half, slip over center of tissue, and twist to secure. Trim ends of tissue.
3. Separate layers, pulling away from center one at a time.
4. Bend wire into a loop to fit napkin, and twist end around loop to secure.

{Photos and project c/o Martha Stewart}

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