I have ZERO patience. However, when it comes to poms of any type? Sign this girl up. Over at Jones Design Company a couple of weeks ago, Emily was all, "Hey! I made this pom garland thing," and I was kinda like, "Hey! I could make that!"
The trouble with those instructions? She uses a needle and thread. And let me talk to you about how much that wasn't going to happen for this girl. Mine was three steps (four if you include buying the tool she used):
1) Make the poms. I sat at my table and knocked it all out in less than a half hour.
2) Measure your yarn on your door and cut it accordingly.
3) Wrap your length of yarn around each pom that you want on the garland and tie it firmly in place.
Oh! I loop knotted (totes a technical term) the ends and used existing nails for hanging. Couldn't make myself put new holes in the door. Yikes!
Here's the tool that Emily used. I bought it, too, because that's what she said to use. And it worked like a champ! It's on sale right now, too.
I made a string of small poms (top) and a string of large poms (bottom). Aren't they so cute?!?!
Don't mind that glow stick on the door. Sometimes things get crazy at mi casa. Sometimes glow sticks are necessary, y'all.
Love you like I love big bows and shiny poms!
. About Moi .
I love, love, love flannel sheets and I am really passionate about lists on post it notes and most of the time I'm sad that no one else is as excited as I am about Diet Mountain Dew. I also adore run-on sentences. And if you need an awesome virtual assistant, who is full of personality and really good jokes? Email me. I'm your girl.
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