Making Pom Poms

How to make a pom pom out of supermarket plastic bags.

Step 1. Lay 7 supermarket bags on top of each other, lining up the bottom edges. step1
Step 2. Staple along the edge of the bags. step2
Step 3. Cut off the handles which are at the opposite end to the stapled end. step3
Step 4. Working towards the stapled end, make cuts from the unstapled end about one inch apart, towards the stapled end, stopping 2 inches from the staples. Work you way across the bags until the entire width is cut into strips. step4
Step 5. Take the stapled end in your hand, and roll from one side to the other. step5
Step 6. Secure the rolled end with sellotape, masking tape, duct tape etc for about 8 centimetres, or enough to form a handle. step6
Step 7. Shake the pom pom out to fluff it up. pompomlast

Important News

1. Registrations for the 2018 season are now closed. if you have forgotten to register please contact the club registrar at;

2. We are now in the process of organising grading days. Please be patient with us while we process all of our new and returning registrations!

3. We still have a couple of vacancies on the club committee. We are still in need of a Communications Coordinator. This role is vital to the successful running of the club. If you are interested in volunteering for this position; or as an assistant for another position; or as a volunteer in any other capacity please contact the club at: .

4. Thank-you to everyone who braved the rain to come along to our Club Welcome / Fun Day. While the weather conspired against our ability to run events / activities it was a great opportunity for us to meet our new members and reacquaint ourselves with existing members. The fact that the registration site crashed on the day (affecting not only Netball but AFL and Rugby as well) was testament to the number of people interested in participating in Junior sport. well Done and thank-you it was lovely to meet and talk to many of you. Steve Curnow - Club President.

 

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This project is proudly supported by Sunshine Coast Council’s grants program.