Pom Pom Flowers & Yarn Wrapped Bottles

Pom Pom Flowers & Yarn Wrapped Bottles - DIY Decor

Pom pom flowers and yarn wrapped bottles are a great way to add a little something special to your home with spending a dime.  That’s my kind of decorating!

There’s no need to run to the store for supplies.  Gather up some of those old bottles you’ve been saving, yarn scraps and a bunch of sticks from the park.  Dig the glue out of the drawer and let’s get started!

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This is such a fun project! How can you NOT smile when you’re playing with pom poms???

Start by adding a bit of glue to a bottle {I used tacky glue} and stick your yarn to it.  Add more glue…add more yarn.

Work your way from the bottom slowly wrapping it around until you get to the top.  It takes a little longer than you might think.  I just kept twisting the bottle and trying to keep each row right up against the last one.  I’m sure you can figure it out without a video…ha!

Pom Pom Flowers

Then you make your pom poms.  I usually do this while watching TV or something.  It’s super simple and you can find complete details on pom pom making in this tutorial I made awhile back.

You can make all one size or mix it up…whatever makes you happy.

Pom Pom Flowers and Yarn Bottles

Break your sticks to the right size and glue {with tacky glue or a glue gun} your pom poms to the top.

You’ll have a bunch of flowers in no time at all!

If you have extra pom poms you can make a Pom Pom Garland like the one hanging by my desk.

What do you think?  Have you ever make pom pom flowers?  I see more in my future!

Have fun!

~Kim

*You can always find tons of DIY projects and handmade gifts in our Tutorials Gallery…check it out!

Comments

  1. says

    These are really cute! When I have scrap yarn, I make pom pom cat toys. My cats just love them, I’m sure they would confuse these for them as well, haha.

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