I wanted to keep things simple this year and follow a soft pastel color scheme. Once I decided on the colors the rest was easy peasy. I had found some plain wooden napkin rings and I knew I wanted to use them for each placce setting. Now I love a good pom pom, so why not put the two together! I will also be writing a post on different tools I use and love to make my pom poms.
I will be sharing more details this week on our Easter table settings and all our small DIY projects.
- Yarn ( I went with four different colors) – (Joann’s)
- Wooden Napking Rings – (Joann’s)
- Hot Glue Gun (Optional) I decided to knot mine – (Amazon)
- Pom Pom Maker – (Joann’s)
Begin by deciding which color combo you would like to start with. You could always make them in a solid color as well.
Once you have made your selections begin by winding your yarn around your pom pom maker on each side with all your colors one by one.
When you are finished, cut each side of the pom pom. Then cut a small piece of yarn in the desired length to tie off your pom pom once removed from your pom pom maker. I usually knot it twice to ensure it does not pull apart.
Then remove your pom from pom pom maker and start by triming your pom into a perfectly shaped ball.
At this point you can either tie it as I did to your napking ring or use hot glue to attach it on. I used the knot as I wanted to use them again in a different way.
How do you dress up your Easter table?!