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I am excited to share my daughter’s room design that we have been working on this year.  I’m falling in love with it each step of the way.   I’m sharing it in parts over the next week.  While on Pinterest, I found this adorable room with hanging pom-poms.   How clever that Jessica used paper lanterns!  I love the 3 pom poms in the corner of Jessica’s room.

After finding these two pom poms (one gray and one teal) at Hobby Lobby (pic below), I thought I would make a coral one to tie in all of the colors in the room.  I made mine a bit different and I’m sharing it with you today:)

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Supplies needed for your DIY POM POM:

-Material in texture & color of choice (any will work!)  I needed about 1 1/2 yards for the larger ball

-Circle template pattern (I just traced a glass top) about 3.5 inches

-Fabric scissors

-straight pins

-styrofoam ball (mine was the larger 10″)

-A LOT OF PATIENCE and a good show (they take forever)

-Clear string or wire to hang them

-hooks for hanging

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Step 1:  Cut out your fabric circles.  They do not have to be perfect at all!

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Step 2: Fold the circle in fourths.  Place a straight pin in the corner of the folded circle of fabric.  Then pin the circle into your ball.

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Step 3: Keep a going!  Watch a show…eat some snacks…and keep cutting and pinning away until you have your whole ball covered:)

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Hang them from the ceiling with screw hooks and clear wire.  Hang at different depths from the wall and different lengths.

Below is a little sneak peak of the room…can’t wait to share more this week.  xo

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  1. Adore, adore, adore this! I tried the tissue paper pom pom’s and they weren’t fabulous. I do believe I need to try these for my little princesses!

  2. Kylie Lawson Says: September 25, 2013 at 12:37 pm

    WOW Jamie!! I Love these Pom Pom`s I want some in My Room Too! ( And I’m 43 😛 ) LOL Love your Daughters Room and Can’t Wait to see it all finished 🙂 My Favourite Colour is Turquoise Cheers Kylie 🙂

  3. I just stumbled upon this blog and the first thing I saw was these Pom Poms! They are really pretty and so simple to make! I cannot wait to explore what else you all have posted on here! My nieces would LOVE these!

  4. Love the color combo! Love the fun pom poms in the room. Can’t wait to see the rest!

  5. I made similar for my daughter’s room doing the crate paper roses. Took forever to make but are adorable in her room! Just wanted to share these handy little hooks that I used to hang the pom poms from the ceiling. I use them for garland, pennant banners, and all sorts of other things around my house.

  6. These are absolutely beautiful! I want them in every room of my house!

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  9. Piece of cake! I reckon they look nicer with soft tissues (not cotton ones), like satin
    must be gorgeous!

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  11. I just purchased materials to make the hanging prom poms! Would you please tell me how you attached the hanging wire to the ball. Thank You!

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