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We are back again with another fun craft in honor of National Craft Month! This week I’ve paired up with Kami from the blog No Biggie to have fun with one of my favorite craft materials, the simple pom-pom. We took these inexpensive puff balls and made a festive party banner and decorative letters just begging to decorate a bookshelf. Watch the video to learn how:

My daughter Lulu is already insisting I make her name in pom-poms for her room. What word would you put on puffy display?

Pom Pom Banner and Letters

In case you missed it, here is our first National Craft Month project–a super easy felt bowl you can whip up in minutes. Stay tuned for another fun craft how-to next week!

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5 Responses

  1. alizpinz says:

    Great project…i think my niece and nephew would love this!

  2. Elisa says:

    Great. . But you Perhaps you’re referring to my grandchildren!?..

  3. bchtkpha says:

    An effective way these bchtkpha! My hubby and i right now travel to the school of South Dakota along with the are perfect! i prefer that buckles they make us all toasty apparel!

  4. sueathome says:

    I made one for my kids' playroom. It came out great! http://sueathome.com/2013/05/20/diy-pom-pom-sign/

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