Beachy Pom Pom Wall Hanging
Create a pom pom project without actually making the pom poms! Use pom pom yarn to create an effortless and beautiful beach wall hanging. This tutorial features a kite-like wall decoration perfect for the summer home. Hang it near a window so it gets plenty of light and really pops! Use shades of blue pom pom yarn to create a lovely and nautical effect. A pale starfish is the perfect finishing touch. This is a fantastic home decor project for beginners, and it works up so much more quickly than if you were hand making all the pom poms yourself.
From Red Heart: If you love pompoms, but would rather not make them, this is the yarn for you! Pompoms come already attached to the base string and ready for crafty fun.
We used a starfish as an embellishment at the top of the hanging--but you could use any shells you have collected.
This tutorial is part of our National Craft Month celebration! A new project is released each day in March. View the complete schedule:National Craft Month 2019
Time to CompleteIn an evening
MaterialsNature Material, Wood, Yarn
Primary TechniqueHome Decor
Project TypeMake a Project
- Red Heart® Pomp-A-Doodle®: 1 ball 9501 Aquamarine
- (3) 15-inch Dowel Rods
- (3) Rubber Bands
- Craft Glue
Bind two ends of dowels together with rubber band. Bind other two dowels together to form triangle.
Cut a 4-pompom section of yarn. Place end of pompom yarn under one point of the bound rods. Tie yarn in knot.
Repeat step #2 on the next point of the bound rods.
Cut a 4-pompom section of yarn. Tie to remaining point of the bound rods.
Cut two 5-pompom sections of yarn. Tie to top rod, 4-inches from the sides.
Loop the yarn around the rods on either side, and glue in place.
Cut a 7-pompom section of yarn. Place starfish in center pompom, and tie in a knot.
Tie ends of yarn to top rod to form hanger.
Cut a 2-pompom section of yarn. Tie to center of top rod. Tie loose yarn at end of the bottom pompom and fray the ends to create tassel.
Apply glue to back of wall art to secure. Let dry.
Where have you used pom poms in your crafting or decor?
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