I can’t wait to show you how to make a pom pom garland. This DIY project is super easy and has endless possibilities! Pom Pom garlands are everywhere in our Christmas decorations every year. And each time I post pictures from my Holiday Home Tour I get asked my friends where I got the pom pom garlands. I finally figured out how to make one of my own and I can’t wait to show you how!
10 Easy DIY Pom Pom Garland
First thing you need to make this pretty Christmas decoration are:
- Pom Pom Maker or see the video below to make pom poms using a fork!
- 1 skein of yarn
This is an easy and affordable accessory to make for yourself, or would even act as a superb present for a loved one. Pom-pom crafts are simply plain fun. Pom poms may be used in a variety of projects and we adore the thought of having them as bookmarks too.
I used quick a little glue too to make sure the pom poms don’t go anywhere. Repeat repeatedly around all of the pom pom sides to actually secure it onto the stocking. The fork way is ideal for making small to medium sized pom poms, based on how frequently you wind the yarn around. Frequently, this is the very best choice for getting tissue paper quickly and at a reasonable price. Please see my entire disclosure here.
Increase the rounds if you prefer to improve the size of pom-pom! Both yarn tails ought to be on the incorrect side of the job. You’ll need these lengths in later actions. Make certain you have it there when you wind the rest of the yarn. It’s not unusual to see twig vase arrangements, but these may be a modest plain and uninspiring. Wrap yarn around and around and about the two tubes until you’ve got a fantastic quantity of yarn.
How to make?
- Following the directions on the package, start by wrapping the yarn around the circle. When you have a few layers of yarn on there, you will close the frame and start cutting around the perimeter of the circle (in between the sandwiched frames).
- Further, you will slide a piece of yarn in between the two frames and tie the yarn into a knot to secure. You will want to keep the piece of yarn that you tied in the knot longer than the other pieces so that you can use this to tie onto your garland. Now, you can remove the frame from the yarn and fluff up your pom pom!
- Keep going until you have your desired number of pom poms. You may use nine pom poms for your six foot long garland. Once you have all your pom poms made, you can start assembling your garland. Now that you have all your pom poms made, cut a piece of yarn that you want to use for the length of your garland. You might want to braid the strands together to create a thicker garland.
Have fun making this simple, easy, and beautiful Pom Pom garlands!