Thursday, December 6, 2012

Pom pom and felt garland.

This post is fun, festive and the epitome of my theme 
"use what you have".

                                     This little piece of fabric was my inspiration this year. :)
I am running out of felt and yarn. I have a random variety of pom poms from our
 Pom pom Christmas tree countdown last year and our
Pom pom ice cream shop. (I guess I have a thing for pom pons) ;)

Last year I sat around during the holidays and made pom poms out of my left over yarn and came up with this simple pom pom garland.

Lets just say this year it evolved. So this little garland was put together one evening with all my scraps.  
I would love to make it longer. Maybe I will sit around this Christmas and make more diy pom poms and next year I will extend this sweet Christmas garland. :)

Until then I will enjoy the randomness and fun.
Hope it has been somewhat inspiring to you in your Christmas decorating.

Using what I have - yarn, bits of felt and pom poms. 

In my little west corner,


Diana of Diana Rambles said...

Adorable! Love it! I'd love you to come link up at my Pin Me Linky Party.

matt&ruth said...

So cute :) I really like the addition of the blue to the more traditional Christmas colors!

Diana of Diana Rambles said...

Thanks for linking up, Rebecca! I am now following via GFC & Pinterest. I have pinned this!

Kristy said...

This is adorable! Thanks for sharing! (coming over from naptimecrafters today) :)

Donna Ellis said...

What great use of color and "pieces" of anything around the crafting room, to spruce up a neglected window, table topper, or fun adorno. I wouldn't have thought of combining the felt squares with the pom poms! Too cute! TFS

Vicky @ Mess For Less said...

This is such a cute idea and I already have all the supplies. Just pinned and visiting from the Pin Me Link PArty.

Artbyasm said...

How cute! How did you string them? I was think that you stuck a needle through? Would love to know. Thank you! I'm following you! Very cute garland!

Have a Merry Christmas!

Creatively Content said...

Annamaria, Thanks! To answer your question yes I used a needle with a large eye and I threaded it through with yarn. It was very simple. Merry Christmas to you too!

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