These Five Easy Pom-Pom DIYs Are a Must for Your 2017 Festival Style
Festival season has official begun! We’re excited about the music, but also about the fashion. No doubt about it — the good and the crazy come out during these warm, carefree months, but we love it all. This year we’re all about adding pom-poms to everything! Create some with yarn or buy them pre-made and add onto all your accessories. You can never have too many pom-poms ;)
Materials and Tools:
- pom-pom trim
- small pom-poms
- fake greenery
- pom-pom maker
- hot glue
- hoop earrings
- key chain hook
- phone case
Pom-Pom Phone Case
Use hot glue and various pom-poms to deck out the back of your phone case. We alternated between trim and teeny tiny, warm colored pom-poms.
The pom-pom maker is one of my new favorite toys. For years I was wrapping yarn tightly around my fingers, but this little gadget creates perfect pom-poms every time. Wrap the yarn around each half circle, cut the yarn down the center of the discs, and then tie a string tightly through the two plates. Remove the plates and trim your pom-pom!
Go crazy with the pom-pom maker — try wrapping two colors or more to create a multi-colored pom.
Wrap wire around your head to create the base of your crown, and then glue on pom-poms and greenery.
Pom-Pom Key Chain
Create and trim one large pom-pom.
Wrap yarn around your hand to create a tassel. Tie tightly onto the pom-pom and then trim.
Hot glue pom-poms on top of each other and tie onto your key chain hook.
Slide pom-poms onto the hoop and glue in place. It’s really that easy and super cute.
Time to create six more pom-poms. Get crazy with it and mix colors to create little tie-dyed guys.
Hot glue onto a rope to create a pom-pom belt. It’s so cute, and a great accessory to accent the waist of any romper.
Meet Cassidy — the pom-pom queen.
Bright colors and soft texture — we are all about this trend.
But sometimes it’s hard being the pom-pom queen. Flower break!
Time to let it all out and dance like no one is watching.
DIY Production and Styling: Kelly Bryden
Model: Cassidy Miller
Photography: Brittany Griffin
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