Pom poms are all the rage at the moment, and that’s fine by me. I ADORE pom poms! They pop up in all sorts of forms, and below are some adorable products I’ve seen in my travels.
Recycled Mats Felt Ball Rug | Felt Ball Cushion | Pom Pom, Tassel & Bead Earrings | Double Pom Pom Earrings | Shoe Pom Pom Clips | Pom Pom Tutu | Adairs Kids Pom Pom Garlands Soft | Pom Pom Fairy Lights | Pom Pom Cushion | Pom Pom Clips
If you want to bring some pom-pom-ness to a desk or children’s bedroom, you can convert an empty can into a caddy. Use it for pens, pencils, paint brushes, make up brushes or other tools. It’s a sure way to brighten any space.
- Clean empty can
- Pom Poms (approximately 200 small for each can)
- Hot glue gun
1. Don’t be shy with the glue! Apply a generous amount and secure pom poms to the can by pressing them into the glue. Continue around the tin, line by line until the can is covered. That’s it!
Tip: For a different sort of look, use a section piece fabric over the tin (glue on with Mod Podge) and then decorate the pom poms sparingly or along the top.
I use a Tupperware can opener which leaves a non-sharp seal on the cans. However, if the edges of the can is sharp, simple use sections of tape along the edges before attaching the pom poms.