HOW TO MAKE THE CUTEST POM POM VALENTINE CRAFT
If you follow me here at Everyday Edits you know I love a Pom Pom. Usually, it’s positioned on the top of one of my many knit hats, but in this case, I created a pom Valentine craft.
If you know me for a minute you would not list crafty in my top 20 skill sets.
But once in a while magic happens over here at Everyday Edits.
POM POMS WITH A PURPOSE
When I found this pom pom garland I had no idea how I would use it, but I loved the shades of the pink, cream and purple felt pom poms.
I found it at Homegoods the same day I brought home this haul. Here is another version on Amazon.
So like most of my impulse purchases, I left the Valentine theme garland on the kitchen table.
At the same time, I was thinking about pom poms I had an ever-growing
stash of recycled glass jars. If only there was a way to marry the two.
And on a random evening in January, I introduced one of these recycled glass jars to the pink, cream and purple stand of pom-poms.
It was magical, thrifty and flexible for any season. And it gave my glass jars a sense of purpose.
POM POM VALENTINE CRAFT LIST
- Glass jars (painted)
- Strand of garland
- Glue stick or glue dots
- Pair of scissors
STEPS FOR THE POM POM VALENTINE CRAFT
- Wipe the glass jar down so the glue adheres best
- Cut the garland and pull the pom poms off the string. Depending on your design you might be able to use the remaining garland.
- Eyeball the pattern and glue the pom pom to the glass jar
- Hold the pompom in place
I only had one pompom fall off one of the jars.
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You can watch the 30 second video I made about this Valentine’s craft on my Youtube channel HERE. If you head over to my channel please check out my welcome video.
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I had such a fun time making this Valentine craft I made a second one.
To mix it up this recycled glass jar has a pom Hulu skirt.
This craft checks lots of boxes:
Short supply list that included repurposed glass jars. I have an entire category devoted to repuposed projects here.