DIY

Pom Pom Garland

Launching our new Hanna Home collection has been a true labor of love and we've been beyond excited for its debut. Since we began concepting our own home line, we really started thinking about what makes a house a home. When it comes to creating a happy family space, it's all about those little bits and pieces of personality and homemade touches. If there's one thing we love in a home it's a kid-friendly and whimsical feel. And what's more whimsical and fun than pom poms?!

So here we have a quick and easy tutorial for making your very own pom pom garland to bring a little extra cheer to your humble abode.

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A colorful pom pom garland is such a fun piece to hang in a kid's room, nursery or even your living room. Any place you put it instantly becomes more festive! Plus it's a great indoor activity for the holidays. We used bright orange, yellow and multicolor yarn but a red, green and white one would perfect for Christmas!

If you don't have these handy little pom pom makers (available at most craft stores), you can also just use a standard or serving fork (see a tutorial here).

Supplies needed:

  • Pom Pom makers, various sizes
  • Yarn
  • Yarn needle

Make pom poms according to the instructions included with your pom pom maker. Once you have a good assortment of pom poms use another long piece of yarn with the yarn needle to thread your pom poms on. Holding the pom poms together while doing this helps loose pieces of yarn from falling out. Lay your garland out as long as you like it and space the pom poms out the distance apart from each other that works best for your space.

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Now go find a spot to hang up your garland! They make for a great pop of color and add a nice cozy texture to a kids room. We're officially pom pom obsessed. Enjoy!

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You can shop these Felted Fox & Hedgehog Pillowcases HERE, and don't forget to take a look at the entire Hanna Home collection for yourself! We'd love to hear what you think...