Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Christmas Crafting DIY Pom Pom Wreath - 7 Days and Counting!

Here's a quick and colourful wreath that will make use of any yarn scraps and twine lying around the house 

You will need
yarn in your choice of colours
wire hoop
twine, ribbon or jute webbing (available in the garden section at most hardware stores)
pom pom makers (optional)
hot glue gun or craft glue

to make your pom poms

DIY Pom Pom - How to make tiny pom poms with a fork.
found here

wrap your wreath in jute, ribbon, yarn or twine and hot glue into place
 then simply glue your pom poms to your wreath, fix a ribbon to the top and hang



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    1. Cheers Pippa! Hope you are having a great lead up to Christmas! x Tina

  2. It's gorgeous Tina, do those pom-pom thingos work? Does the fork? So much easier than cardboard circles (the way I learned to make them in Brownies!) x

    1. Thanks so much Kylie!. The pom pom thingos were as effective as the folk technique or instead of a folk just using your fingers to roll the yarn around... personally I wouldn't spend the money on the pom pom makers again. Cardboard circles pom poms at Brownies - how totally gorgeous :-)!xx Tina

  3. Oh wow, this is lovely. I'm definitely bookmarking this to do next Xmas. Actually stuff next Xmas, a pompom wreath is not just for Xmas I feel. xx

    1. Thanks so much Loo was hoping you would approve :-)... I look forward to seeing your amazing wreath and you are so right it is an all year round thing I totally agree - love it!. Merry Christmas xx Tina

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    1. Thanks Natalie! Will be making some sparkly Christmas cookies this weekend!!. xx Tina

  5. Oh this is just so gorgeous! What a wonderful idea.

    1. Thanks so much Trishie :) So glad you like it. Merry Christmas! xx Tina

    2. Merry Christmas to you too, Tina!

      PS: I'm hosting my last giveaway for the year! It's an ecostore store gift pack valued at $100, hope you enter here: http://www.underlockandkeyblog.com/2012/12/ecostore-giveaway.html


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