How to make heart -shaped pom-poms…..

We had such a fun time at the pom-pom linky party last week! I am glad you loved my heart-shaped pom-poms.They took me  a bit to figure it out; but once I did it wasn’t so hard.
 I wanted to share how I made them. Even though they are a little tricky, they are really cute when they are done! 
Start by making a regular pom-pom. If you aren’t sure where to start you can see my tutorial here.
Once you make your pom-pom, hold the top firmly and trim the bottom in a cone shape. When you initially tie your pom pom off before cutting, make sure you tie it really tight or the short yarn pieces will start falling apart.

 After your bottom is trimmed. Hold it by the two top strings you are going to hang it by later.
 Squish your pom-pom flat and you should have a semi-heart shaped yarn ball.
Carefully trim your top around on one side and then the other to make the half rounded tops of your heart.
Trim again up the center  and any scraggly bits to make the rest of the heart shape, being very careful not to cut your main pieces or over-trim.
I hung my pom-poms on a crocheted chain, but they have a lot of potential!! I would say these are super cute, but not as durable as regular pom-poms are due to the shorter threads from trimming. They might take a little practice, but they are fun to make!
Jen
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Comments

  1. Very cute!! Thanks for the great idea!!

  2. So cute!! Thanks for sharing! :) xx Holly

  3. Thank you so very much for sharing with us how to make the heart pom poms! They are simply adorable! Even though I have a house full of guys I do believe we need a little heart pompom goodness going on here… I know the “baker” would appreciate it as he is practicing different chocolate recipes for the valentines day. He wants us to have a special meal as a family this year and is practicing making treats to take to his friends at school. :)

    Have a wonderful day!

  4. That is so CUTE! ….and adds to my garland ideas! :) Thanks for sharing. –Katie

  5. Thanks for the instructions!

  6. Love this whole thing with the pom poms!! I’ve wanted to make a wreath and thought I had to have some tool but I don’t. yay! So, I took Creatively Made and have a question for you concerning transfer with citra-solv. My paper keeps disinigrating before I have a chance to even try and rub it on. HELP!! I would have asked you over there but hoped this might be faster.;)

  7. those are darling! have a great week! susan

  8. Jen,
    These are really cute I may have to try this. Thanks for sharing this with us.
    Kris

  9. love them. thanks so much for sharing your awesome craft.

  10. These are just adorable, Jennifer!

  11. Very cute!

  12. Oh my gosh they are so cute, I just love them. What a great idea, and thanks for showing us how!

  13. Aren’t they just, too cute! Grrat idea, Jennifer….pinning it!

  14. I love your new header and the heart pompoms.

  15. These are so cute! Thanks so much for sharing this idea.

    Have a blessed week.

    ~hugs, Mary Beth~

  16. Jen,

    These are ADORABLE!!!!! Don’t you think these would make the cutest present topper! Can you say teacher gifts!

    Have a great day rock star!
    karianne

  17. Coming over from Craftberry Bush Fb page!! these are so cute and can’t wait to give them a try. : )
    xo
    Angelina

  18. These are so cute! I wonder if I could make rooter poms in the same way. My four year old daughter wants something to wave at her brothers soccer games. I think I’ll give it a try. Thanks for the inspiration!

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