While I have a plastic pom-pom maker thing, I actually made these freehand. I got a little carried away one evening on my patio and I just kept making them. I wasn’t even sure what I was going to use them for at the time. In the end, I made some random pompom garlands, used a pom on Gray’s party hat, and tied up presents with pompom gift toppers.
One day at work I recruited one of our Lulus, Jena, to make the tiny poms (it is seriously AWESOME to have a crafty staff) – so that we could tie up the utensils with them. But then inspiration struck and I knew we needed pompom tassels for the milk bottles! Of course!
concept, styling, photography: Jessie Senese
straws, balloons, blabla dolls & finger puppets, glass milk bottles, aqua ball jars, tableware, popcorn trays, utensils, mushrooms: Shop Sweet Lulu
balloon tassels, yarn crafts, party hat: Jessie Senese with Jena Selph
cakes, cupcakes, flowers: Mariano’s (our local grocery store!)
woodgrain wrapping paper: Paper Source
stationery suite: Nocciola Design
cookies: The Baked Equation
wooden cake stands: JTL Creations
and just in case you want to know about that amazing rug, it is from Land of Nod