Kid's Craft: DIY Tissue Paper Pom Poms for the Superbowl


The Super Bowl is only a few days away and my family is getting ready to cheer on the teams! We're a divided house over here, so it's going to be an exciting game for the whole family.

I got the kids involved and made some tissue paper cheer pom poms for us to use during the game. You might already have these supplies on hand which makes this even better. The kids will love creating these and of course they'll love shaking their pom poms when their team scores or WINS!



- Tissue paper in team colors (We used red and black for the Falcons and blue and silver for the Patriots)

- Scissors

- Washi tape


  1. Lay 4-6 pieces of tissue paper together in alternating team colors. (Blue and silver = go Pats!) For these I used 2 silver pieces of tissue paper and 2 blue pieces of tissue paper. You can use 3 of each color too for an even fuller pom pom.pom-poms-step-1
  1. Fold your tissue paper in half "hot dog style".pom-poms-step-2
  1. Cut a fringe from the open side. Stop when you get about 2 inches from the fold, this will be your handle. Make a fringe all the way down your tissue paper.pom-poms-step-3
  2. Cut it in half to make a set of pom poms. I cut mine in half when I got to the half way point making my fringe.pom-poms-step-4
  3. Roll your fringed tissue paper up so that the folded side becomes a handle and your fringe becomes your pom pom.pom-poms-step-5
  4. Use the washi tape and wrap it around your handle to hold it all together and make it sturdier.tissue-paper-pom-poms


Voila! Now you have a fun team pom pom to cheer your team on with!

Who are you going to be cheering for at the Super Bowl?

Picture of Catherine Murton

Author: Catherine Murton

Catherine is an admitted Pinterest addict, Instragram-oholic and freelance writer. She's a proud military wife and mom of a creative daughter (8) and adventurous son (3). She enjoys spending her limited free time reading, photographing beautiful things and drinking coffee. She lives with her husband, kids, and 2 cats in the suburbs of Tucson, Arizona but loves to travel whenever she can! You can follow her on Pinterest and Instagram.

Top Posts

My Top 10 Educational TV Shows for Kids
35 Baby Names That Will Be Popular in 2019
A Letter to my Kindergarten Graduate
DIY: Pull-Up Bars
Spark Joy: The Problem With KonMari and a More Realistic Organization Plan for Moms in 2019
How to Survive the First 6 Months of Daycare During Cold and Flu Season
Moms, Can We Stop Posting Pictures of Our Bodies?
One Mama Wrote Strict Rules For Visiting Her Newborn. Here's My Problem With Them
The Funniest Things Your Kids Say
My Best Mom Fails of 2018