Home / Uncategorized / diy pompom easter crafts
diy pompom easter crafts

diy pompom easter crafts

Pompons make everything softer and cuter at the same time! They are simple and very cheap to make, and the craft itself is so simple that even your children can do it – these are the reasons why you often use pompoms in your decor. Today I want to offer you some crafts for the upcoming Easter, and all of them include pompoms of different sizes – you will be surprised how many ways there are to use them!

Easter baskets are always a must for a great Easter. You wake up and crawl down the stairs and there is this wonderful pastel colored basket full of chocolates and goodies. You don’t always have to make super bold Easter eggs, you can just make the baskets colorful and have fun decorating them with bold pompoms!

Make colorful pompom easter eggs for your kids to play and decorate the table with. There are many ways to make pompoms and this is where the author uses an embroidery hoop because it’s easy and quick, and the flat edges are great for preventing the yarn from sliding around too much. However, the multicolored effect works with whatever method you choose!

With spring here and Easter on the horizon, this exclusive Pompon Bunny project is for you! Grab your supplies and let’s start making these cute pompom bunnies to hide in Easter baskets or decorate your mantelpiece.

Dying eggs are not for you? too much chaos and you don’t have time for it? This is a really fun project to try with kids or by yourself when you have pom poms lying around. All you need are blown or hard-boiled eggs, pom-poms, and craft glue.

These adorable DIY pompom placemats add a fun and charming touch to the Easter table and are incredibly easy to make! You can add a lining if you want, which will make your pompom placemats a little more stable. Enjoy and stay charming!

Children will love the story of a rabbit carrying eggs to children’s homes on the night before Easter. If you too, you can make a pocket-sized pompom bunny for babies or young children, or for decorations for the upcoming Easter. Have fun!

This cute spring bobble wreath is super easy to make, with its cute felt Easter bunny, pom poms, mini eggs and a tiny little fabric flag to top it off. This project is perfect for using up the little bits and pieces of your fabric and yarn so you don’t have to spend a lot on them.

While they may not be edible, these Easter pom-pom treats are just as cute as the original. This is a great project for using up spare balls of yarn in your knitting kit. Use pastel shades for a pretty Easter decoration.

Learn how to make this adorable DIY pompom bunny garland from materials you already have in your craft room. If you’ve never done pompoms before, don’t worry – it’s a breeze! These “pompom makers” make sure the process is this quick and will help your pompoms look professional every time.

In this tutorial you will learn how to make different colorful pompoms for Easter decor. They have different patterns – stripes, polka dots, etc. – all of which are colorful and fun. You can use them as Easter eggs, bunnies, birds, and to make garlands.

It's high time you made an advent calendar for an adorable countdown, and today's recap is dedicated to them: the coolest advent calendars, but they're not common, they're drinkable and edible! Edible calendars are usually made of cookies or candy, since they can do without a refrigerator for a long time and are loved by everyone. Drinking calendars are for adults as they contain alcohol. But you can also try to make a tea calendar. Now let's check out the coolest DIYs.

Edible calendar

Simple vanilla and shortbread cookies are perfect for creating an advent calendar that will be loved by kids and adults. The cookies are shaped as numbers for an easy countdown. You can put them on a tray or just hang them anywhere, on a branch or on a holder. Don't forget to make holes if you want to hang the cookies!

What a Christmas without gingerbread? Make a wonderful advent calendar with gingerbread cookies in all shapes and looks that are inspired by the holidays. Don't forget to drill holes and glaze the numbers or maybe add candy numbers to the cookies, hang your calendar and enjoy!

This cookie calendar is a nice idea: it consists of different types of Christmas cookies with glaze: snowmen, candy canes, bears, stars, snowflakes and so on. You can put the calendar on a tree-shaped tray or put each cookie in a pocket. It is also a cool idea to hang the calendar in the shape of a tree.

Cakes Pops are loved by everyone! Make some red and white, put edible glitter numbers on them, and voila! Take a cardboard Christmas tree and put these cake pops with numbers on it. Your calendar is ready. The recipe is in the source!

Countdown with kisses! Real and Hersheys! This calendar is made up of Hershey's kisses tied to the calendar with a green and red ribbon to give it a holiday feel. The tutorial is very easy to implement and does not take much time.

This calendar is made with oreo cookie balls and chocolate, and numbers are added on top. Such sweets will delight both children and adults, and you can add whatever you want to them - there are a lot of ideas for varying the recipe. Get inspired!

This gingerbread cookie calendar has a strong Scandinavian feel due to the traditional shapes and the red and white glaze. Read the recipe to make the cookies and glaze them. Try your own shapes to delight the family. Have a delicious countdown!

Grab some candy you like and make an advent calendar! Just cut out some cardboard loops and stick candy there, that's it! The idea is pretty simple, you can just hang it up and vary the cardboard shapes to create what you want. Get creative and make a cool and tasty piece.

Are you a vegan Then this countdown is for you. You need to make 24 popsicles with banana ice cream: the green ones are colored with a little spinach, the brown ones with cocoa, and the pink ones with a little beetroot juice. What a wonderful and delicious idea!

Angel-shaped cookies with cinnamon and gingerbread make a wonderful Christmas countdown! The numbers are added on paper or card, and the cookies are hung wherever you want.

Button cinnamon brown sugar cookies with icing are an ideal thing to make a calendar. Glaze them with numbers and hang them on colorful threads and voila - a delicious advent calendar is ready!

Drinkable calendar

Make a wonderful gift for yourself and create this wine advent calendar! It consists of 24 wine bottles, each decorated with a Christmas ornament and a label with numbers. If a large bottle is too much for you, go for small bottles of wine.

do you like beer? If so, then this cool beer calendar is great for the countdown! One box is covered with cardboard with numbers and there are beer bottles or cans in it. Decorate the box with Christmas decorations, snowflakes and paint it in winter colors.

Your favorite wine can be a cool base for a calendar! Take a wine rack, decorate it and put wine bottles there - 24 to celebrate every day. Add colorful tags and quotes to each bottle (the bottles can be small) and voila - your calendar is ready!

This alcohol calendar consists of different types of small alcoholic bottles that are filled in paper rolls. Shape a Christmas tree out of paper rolls or whatever shape you like, put small liquor bottles inside and cover the paper rolls with paper with numbers. Decorate the whole piece as you like and enjoy!

Here's another beer calendar! Take a crate or box, put 24 bottles or cans of beer there, and add tinsel to make it look cool. Put cardboard numbers on each bottle to create a calendar and enjoy! To make the countdown even more special, choose different types of craft beer for the calendar - a different bottle for each day.

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

x

Check Also

string art ideas for kitchens

String art pieces are very popular now – they look very cute and flashy, and ...