I’m not usually one for trends, but my goodness do I love how many pom pom projects there are out there right now. There’s just something so nice about how simple yet how much fun + color they can bring to anything. In this case, now that it’s officially spring, we’re talking about planters! This one is SUPER easy and only takes a half hour, so you can back to more important things like enjoying that extra hour of daylight. Here’s how: Continue reading…
Have you ever seen a pom-pom that didn’t make you smile? I know I haven’t! They’re such an easy way to add a burst of color to any basic item. Plus, you can make them removable which is great for when you want to change things up a bit, but not too much. And while they might remind you of your childhood, these ten DIYS prove that you can add pom-poms to your adult life in a modern way.
1. Pom Pom Pillow by Almost Makes Perfect
2. Pom Pom Wall Hanging by Sugar & Cloth
3. Pom Pom Sandals by Damask Love
4. Pom Pom Garland via Julep
As much as I love getting a new pair of shoes, and I do mean LOVE, I don’t always have the budget to match my addiction. Instead of just growing tired of the pairs I currently have in my closet, I made some pom-pom shoe clips so I can mix it up from time to time! You can make these in a variety of colors to swap them out for any occasion or outfit. And the best part is that it only takes 10 minutes (and less than $5) to make a set! Here’s how:
Okay friends, I’m officially hooked on making pom-poms. There’s a support group for that, right? If not, I say we start one. I’ll bring the wine. Either way, these diy pom-pom brooches are a fun way to add a pop of color to your wardrobe without costing much money (each brooch maybe costs $.25 to make, if that!) or taking too much time to make.
I’ve made pom-poms with a fork before, and I have to be admit, I kinda hated it. I could never really get the right size or shape that I wanted, so I decided this time to invest the $5 into a set of pom-pom makers. 100% worth it!
Once you have your poms all made, turning them into brooches is really easy.You can attach your pin backs in one of two ways: either looping through your poms center knot, or glueing to a piece of felt. I decided to do the latter.
Using your hands, gently flatten the back of your pom out a bit. Glue a piece of felt to you pom and let dry. Then glue on your pin back and let set overnight. In the morning you’ll have a new accessory that’s bound to make any outfit pop!