Tutorial : Pom Pom Garland

Last week I posted a tutorial on how to make pom poms. This year I am using them to decorate my Christmas presents and I’m also making garlands with them. To make your very own garland you will need a length of brown string, several pom poms of different sizes and a darning needle.

Tutorial : Pom Pom Garland

Thread your brown string onto your darning needle and put the needle straight through the centre of your first pom pom.

utorial : Pom Pom Garland

utorial : Pom Pom Garland

Gently push the pom pom down the string, then repeat this process until your garland is full. Move the pom poms around until you are happy with the spacing. The great thing about this garland is that it is super simple and you can change it and add more later if you like.

Tutorial : Pom Poms

Not only will this garland add some cosy festive cheer to your house but it can also be used to decorate your Christmas presents. Simply thread two or three pom poms of different sizes onto a long piece of brown string, position the pom poms on the front of your present, wrap the long ends around and tie into place. One present on the inside and one present on the outside!

Tutorial : Pom Poms

Tutorial : Pom PomsHappy pom pom making!

If you fancy making your own pom pom garland then you can buy some of the supplies from Amazon. If you purchase anything through the links in my post you are helping to support my blog as I get a small referral fee from Amazon. Thank you!

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4 Responses to Tutorial : Pom Pom Garland

  1. Home Seasons says:

    These are so cute! Love the blue colors!

  2. smiffysmrs says:

    Your pom pom on the present usage is much prettier than mine LOL

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