Fabric Pom Poms: Window Decoration

Remember when I told you last week, that I was working on a little something but hadn’t had a chance to finish yet? Well, I finally finished!
I recently gave our deck a little makeover. I loved the old window I had hung, but felt like it needed a little something added to it.
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I saw these fabric pom poms, and thought this would be a super cute addition to the window!
There are different ways you can make these and different things you can use for the base. I bought two round styrofoam balls to use as my base. For fabric, I found a deep purple color to use. I thought it would really stand out against the turquoise window and beige siding.
Fabric Pom Pom Supplies
I used the bottom of a cup to trace and cut circles from the fabric. (Note: For me it took about 1 yard to cover each ball. It will just depend on how tight you bunch them together to determine the amount of fabric you’ll need).

Fabric Pom Poms
Then I just folded the circle in half, put a little hot glue in the center, and then folded it in half again. I used hot glue to adhere each piece to the styrofoam ball.
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You just keep doing this and bunching them together until you’ve covered each one.
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I already had some thin brown ribbon on hand and used a little hot glue and a straight pin to attach it to the top of each pom pom.
Fabric Pom Pom-String

I actually used a push pin to attach the string to the top of the window.
Fabric Pom Pom-Window

And there you have it! A nice little touch to the window, don’t you think?
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I’m linking up this tutorial on Home Stories A to ZShabby Creek CottageThe Shabby Nest, Thirty Handmade Days, WhipperberryTatertots and Jello and Not Just a Housewife.

P.S. Don’t forget to leave a comment with your decorating questions here. First question will be answered next Monday!

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  1. Kristy Gentes says:

    I LOVE THIS! Now you have me rethinking what I want to add to the window I'm planning on getting for my bedroom. Keep the great ideas coming, and I'll have my apartment complete in no time! :)

  2. Wow! That's a great tutorial-the pompoms look perfect and love the effect against the window frame.

  3. Love this! Would you come and decorate my screened-in deck? Seriously. Love your handiwork. Beautiful!

  4. Jenny says:

    I love seeing a new spin on the pom pom! Well done and great colors!


  5. Cynthia says:

    These are so sweet! I love your window, too!

  6. Those care adorable!! Love the deep purple against the teal. Think I might have to make some of these!!

  7. Chrissy says:

    Gotta love pom poms! I know I do!!
    I'm hosting a link party today. Stop by if you'd like!


  8. Jessa Smith says:

    This is so pretty. I love the colors you used! I can't wait to try this!


  9. Shelley says:

    These are ADORABLE :D Thanks for the tutorial!


  10. Jennifer says:

    Found you on the TT&J; linky!!
    I love these pom poms!! And they look so good with the window frame!!
    I'm diggin your blog…newest follwer! Hey how about I feature your Etsy shop on I ♥ Etsy this Wednesday?

  11. Andrea says:

    those are so cute! what a great and simple project! thanks for sharing visiting from http://www.worleyhouseblog.com

  12. These are REALLY really beautiful! Found you on TT&J;! Stumbled this also!

  13. these turned out great!

  14. beckaboots says:

    These are awesome! I really like the color you chose. Great job!


  15. Erin says:

    I absolutely love these! The purple is awesome.

    I'm redoing my spare room into a kids room (for foster care) and I think I might do some of these for their room. :)


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