If you’ve seen my previous post you know I really enjoy making pompoms. It’s easy and fun and you can do it while watching your favourite show. This time I made a Floating Pompom Garland with warm Spring colours.
As you might know, I bought plastic pompom makers a few weeks back. These make making pompoms so much easier and so much more fun because you don’t have to cut cardboard circles every time. If you want to know more about the pompom makers you can click here.
I made a cute pompom garland with a LOT of pompoms in Autumn colours to put on my mantle. But this time I went for a different approach, something a bit less time consuming and still super cute.
A Floating Pompom Garland
Make your pompoms. I made 18, 6 different colours and 3 of each colour. Light pink, white, beige, mint green, auburn and ocher. But you can make as many pompoms in as many colours as you want of course.
Look at the amazing supervisor I had while making pompoms! He’s such a sweety.
Once your pompoms are done, get a thread and (big) needle and string your pompoms in the order you like them. Make sure to put the needle straight in the middle so you go through the middle of the knot that keeps every pompom together. That’s the only way the won’t come loose.
If you want, you can make a big knot with some yarn after every pompom so they don’t slide back. I didn’t though.
And that’s it! You Floating Pompom Garland is done. Super cute, right? My garland ended up being about 1.5 meters long. But depending on how many pompoms you make, how big you make them and how much space you leave in between them you can make it as long as you like.