For today’s monthly creative blog hop, I’m jumping on the pompom bandwagon and sharing a DIY Pompom Pillow.
I received a pom pom maker for Christmas and let me tell you, this thing is addictive! Let me show you how I took an existing pillow and updated it with pompoms.
This easy addition turns a cute, but simple pillow, into an absolutely adorable pillow!
If you are visiting from Gratefully Vintage welcome! Isn’t her home so warm and cozy? So many great decorating ideas!
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How To Make A DIY Pompom Pillow
This maker is great because you can make four different size pom poms. For the pillow, I went with the large size and used my favorite thick and quick yarn.
I started with a DIY Canvas Pillow that I made from this tote bag. It already had a cute gold hello on one side:
I don’t sew at all! I would love to learn, but for now, I resort to lots of no sew projects.
Canvas bags are great to turn into pillows if you don’t sew because 3 sides are already sewn. You just cut off the handles and add Poly-Fil .
Then either close it with fabric glue or Stitch Witchery. It works like a charm!
You can see an easy tutorial for how I painted the deer silhouette here.
I followed the instructions exactly and made four good size pompoms for the corners of the pillow.
Simply tie each pompom to the corners of the pillow. Again, if you sew I would definitely recommend sewing them, but they seem to be pretty secure.
Also, this pillow is more for decorative use so it should hold up!
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Here is a great YouTube video for using the pom pom maker if you are more of a visual person:
I will be sharing my Winter Mantel tomorrow and wanted to show you a peek of the pompom garland I made for the mantel. I told you these were addicting!
I hope you enjoyed this easy tutorial. Now hop on over to my blogging buddy Leanna from Faeries and Fauna.
She has a project that you are sure to love! You can visit all the creative bloggers linked below for more inspiration!
Welcome to Our Monthly Creative Blog Hop
Kellie | Gratefully Vintage
Michelle | Our Crafty Mom
Leanna | Of Faeries and Fauna Crafts
Janine | Happy Happy Nester
Katrin | Kreativ K
Sam | Raggedy Bits
Ashley | Modern Glam
Mary | The Boondocks Blog
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