Tuesday kicks off our Christmas Cheer link party featuring your Christmas trees! This year, we put our 5 year-old faux tree up in the stairway, and bought a real miniature tree for James’ room. I wanted to keep his kid friendly and thought handmade pom pom garland would be a cute craft project we could do together for the tree.
I should have known my son would be more interested in making a mess of the furry little balls instead of helping me string the garland!
Later, he did help hand me the balls and I strung up the garland using red and white baker’s twine. The pom poms were found at Hobby Lobby. A big bag doesn’t cost much.
I made about 7 feet of garland for his 3 foot tree.
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Here’s a sneak peek of his Christmas tree with the garland on it.
See you and YOUR Christmas trees tomorrow! Please grab a button. The party will go live at 6:00 a.m. central time.
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love the looks of this xmas garland! adorable! can't wait to see it officially on the tree!
This is a great craft idea. This could be done in all kinds of colors for a birthday party or something. Oooo the ideas!
Adorable!! Love the pom pom garland. How fun.
This is darling and looks like so much fun for the kids;)
Megan this is so cute! I love that James could be a part of it.
I love this garland Megan! James looks like he is having so much fun, too. What a cute little helper you have.
This may be totally obvious but just curious- how did you string the pom poms on the string? Just with a needle on the end of the string and then using that to go through the middle of each pom pom? Thanks!
Yes, that's exactly how. 🙂 And I used a pretty large needle.