Looking for another easy Christmas DIY that won’t break the bank? Try this simple pom pom garland! Only two supplies needed!
Trends come and trends go, but something I will never get sick of is an easy peasy DIY that is also inexpensive!
The idea for this mini pom pom garland hit me when I had almost an entire spool of black + white baker’s twine left after I used about 12 inches of ONE HUNDRED YARDS of it in a mini scrapbooking travel album and I had left over pom poms after decorating my Dollar Store construction cone Christmas trees.
I knew that if I didn’t use up these pom poms now, I would stuff them into some plastic container and I would make a mental note that I was stuffing them there, and then those cute little pom poms would sit there from now until eternity never getting used.
Mental note to self…don’t make mental notes. They do not work.
Also note to self, never put things in a “really great spot that I’ll remember later”. These spots never get remembered.
I have been eyeing wool ball garlands for a couple of years now and they are a bit spendy, so this little guy is festive for the season and totally within a dollar store budget.
- Pom Poms
- Bakers Twine
- Needle with an eye large enough to thread baker’s twine through
Steps to Make Pom Pom Garland:
- Thread the needle. This truly is going to be the most difficult step.
- Shove the needle through the pom pom. You’ve got this!
- Make this garland as long or as short as your heart desires.
I left excess baker’s twine on each end and tied little loops.
That’s it! Now go forth and decorate!
PS: This is a super easy Christmas craft that is very fun and bonus is that you can use it for Valentine’s Day too!
Looking for other cute and easy Christmas crafts? Check out my prior posts for Yarn Christmas Trees (you won’t believe the base!) and check out my DIY Foam Garland where what you spell is up to you!
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