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Christmas Pom-Pom Garland

Today’s contributor is Emma from Crafting{E}! All posts written by Emma for Make It and Love It, can be found HERE.


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Hello Make It and Love It readers! It’s Emma from Crafting{E} . I am so excited to share this fun and festive Christmas garland with you.

Do you just love the yarn Christmas trees? I think they are so adorable. If you can believe it, the Christmas trees are made out of a pom pom. I love the almost vintage feel this garland has. It’s simple and traditional enough to use no matter what your style is.


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If you don’t have time to make the entire garland, you could just make one or two trees on their own. This would also be a fun craft to make with kids.

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I seriously love how it turned out. It is such a festive Christmas decoration that is super inexpensive to make, all you need is yarn and a pom pom maker!

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  • Green yarn
  • white yarn
  • one large pom pom maker
  • one small pom pom maker
  • scissors
  • Hot glue gun


  • First, let’s make the tree.  Wrap your green yarn around the large pom pom maker according to the directions.

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  • Then, cut the yarn into a pom pom. Use the directions on your pom pom maker because pom pom makers all work differently.

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  • Cut the pom into a tree shape. Make the bottom flat and then cut the sides at an angle so it looks like a tree. Wrap the tree with white yarn and use a hot glue gun to secure it.

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  • Now for the snowball, wrap the white yarn around the small pom pom maker and make a pom pom.

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  • Use scissors to shape the pom pom into a perfect circle.

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  • Now, to form a garland, string the snowballs and Christmas trees onto a piece of white yarn and secure with hot glue if necessary. Done!

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For more inexpensive Christmas craft ideas that the kids can make, check these cute tutorials out:

Printable 3D Christmas Houses (…great for kids!)

Twig and Wire Christmas Ornaments

“Washi Tape Christmas” 


Emma has contributed 23 articles on since December 22, 2015.

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