December 18, 2012

DIY Pom Garland

I wanted to make a little pom garland for my kitchen window for the holidays.  I think they are festive any time of year, but thought it was an especially good time to make one.

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This couldn’t have been any easier.  I bought one of those multipacks of poms from a craft store with a coupon, so they were super cheap.  I used a large needle and some fishing wire to string the poms.  I actually doubled up the fishing wire so the poms didn’t move around so much.  I used same-size poms and strung them in random color order.

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My kitchen is pretty neutral, so this garland adds a nice pop of festive color!  After the holidays, I will be moving this to the toy room!

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In case you were wondering, the tin “eat” sign is from the vintage store Silo in Des Moines, IA.  I just love it.  The chevron valance is DIY!

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http://somedaycrafts.blogspot.com/
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18 comments:

  1. Really, really cute! I love this idea, could be used in a little girls room or for any party, even for the Christmas tree...SO CUTE!

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    1. Could use this so many places or party decor!! Thanks for stoppi g by!

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  2. So fun! You could use this for anything - I see one of these in my future. Thanks for the inspiration!

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    1. Kelly-this was so easy, you have to make one!! Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. I know you have to have a post about your DIY valance, right? Haha!!!

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    1. Ha! It's coming! I have so many things from weeks past that I need to get caught up on! Hope you're doing well and happy holidays!

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  4. Ha, I WAS wondering about your eat sign :-)

    It all looks so great!

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  5. Very cute! I love the eat sign too. :)

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  6. Andrea, Love the pom pom garland. Such a cute idea!

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  7. pom poms can be hung year round at my house! love the valence. i seriously need one in my house

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  8. Super cute! I could see my 12 yo daughter loving this - and probably able to make it for her room. Tks for the inspiration.

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  9. I did the same for my craft room. I love your eat letters and love the pop of color!

    http://welcometosarahlane.blogspot.com/2012/12/craft-studio.html?m=1

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  10. I love this, I've seen the felt pom pom garlands. But this looks just as good and is way cheaper. I'm now following you.

    www.2littlesuperheroes.com

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  11. Just posted this to my fb page.
    https://www.facebook.com/2LittleSuperheroes

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  12. Hey Danielle,
    Thanks so much for stopping by, commenting, and posting to FB!! Checking out your site today!

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  13. I can't wait to see the rest of this kitchen. Love the chevron and the pom pom garland together. Great job. I am hosting my first link party and would love it if you link this up.

    http://ifitsnotbaroquedesignblog.blogspot.com/2013/01/my-first-ever-link-party.html

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