Fall Pom Pom Garland from Craft Snob
With my due date less than a week away, I am taking a bit of a blogging maternity leave.
I have lined up some fabulous guest bloggers and I hope you enjoy them while I am adjusting to life with a 17 mth old and a newborn.
I’ll pop back in from time to time to share news about Baby M 2.0 and a few projects but I won’t officially be back until after the holidays.
So please give all the guest bloggers some love and enjoy! 🙂
I’d like to welcome Sara from Craft Snob today with a super adorable craft.
Hi there! I’m Sara, also known as the Craft Snob, and creator of We Sew Crooked, a fun, fresh course for the nervous sewer.
I’m sharing how to make my fall pom pom garland with you that only requires two supplies.
Since I have four kids, redecorating for every fourth quarter holiday is not realistic time wise. So, I chose a green color that could carry my garland decor from October to the end of the year.
If you have time on your hands, then you could trim the pom pom edges until they are more even.
You can play with the pom pom spacing and have them far apart or squished together. I prefer my closer together.
I love how the garland turned out!
What color will you make your garland?
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So cute Sara! Thanks for sharing!