* pompom garland

Posted on December 24th, 2007 by maitreya. Filed under Holiday.

The Apple store at the mall has a garland in the window made of big white pompoms of all different sizes. I’ve been going to Michael’s every time I pass one anyway, looking for the elusive Martha Stewart Winter Village kit (still no luck. They’re even sold out at her website, though I did find the little house favor boxes), and picked up 3 bags of 100 pompoms each in different sizes. I just strung them on button thread spaced about an inch apart. Great craft for watching a few more episodes of Twin Peaks.


I like how it looks around the tree, with the small pompoms at the top and the big ones at the bottom.


One Response to “pompom garland”

  1. sarahhh Says:

    i *heart* pom~poms!
    very cool how they get larger at the bottom!


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