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Monday, December 2, 2013


Good Morning friends!  I'm in the middle of a big decking-the-halls mess, but I wanted to pop in today to share another super simple idea with you.

I made an incredibly easy pom-pom garland.  I intended to use it on my mantle, but it wasn't quite right.  So, while looking for another spot for it I decided the kitchen lanterns needed a little bit of holiday cheer.

I used this tutorial to make the pom-poms with just my fingers and yarn.  SO easy, even my kids have made a bunch of them.  Then, I just used hot glue to adhere them to a ribbon, and added some gold snowflakes in between.  I used a gold string and hot glue to add some poms to the bottom of each snowflake as well.

Then I added a bow and sprig of greenery to the ends and it finished it off just right.

That's it for today... I'm headed to help decorate our church today and then it's back to the tubs and tree and mess for me...ready to be finished!

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Would you like to comment?

  1. Super cute Jennifer :) We should all buy stock in Rubbermaid ;) xo Kristin

  2. What a fun addition to your kitchen! I'm with you, ready to be done!

  3. So so adorable!! I love it! You always make everything so special and beautiful.

  4. so pretty! i have been wanting to make a pom pom wreath!

  5. I love pom poms so much! Looks great where you put the garland and of course I adore the touch of gold snow flakes too

  6. This is so sweet and I love any unique ideas on how to decorate the kitchen for Christmas. It's always been a head-scratcher for me. Nice job! Hugs, Amy

  7. So cute! I made some pom poms like that for a pillow! They are so fun and easy to make. I want to cover everything with pom poms now! :)


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