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We seem to use these a lot, its a fun activity too!


Material

  • 2 Balls of wool
  • 2 cardboard rings
  • 1 pair of scissors

Method

  1. Cut out two identical card board donuts
  2. Start wrapping the wool around the two cardboard rings, make sure you start off firmly. When the cardboard is completely covered snip the wool along the edge between the two pieces of card.
  3. using the two ends of the wool to wind around the center of the cardboard and tie off securely.
  4. Remove cardboard and trim any untidy bits!

Notes

you can get creative and use and many colours as you like!




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  • mle00
    • 02 Mar 2014
      4:13 pm

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  • Such a fun bit of craft work, and using different colours together, also making them as big or little as you like. Lots of fun.

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  • Oh these are great. So many cool things you can do with them

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  • Love making pom poms…. so cute and so corlorful.

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  • Love how it is so easy to make

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  • Great activity for the kids. Thanks for reminding me how simple and fun this use to be.

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  • I remember making pom poms at school but couldn’t remember how!

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  • What a great idea! Thanks for sharing this!

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  • This is great. Well Done!!!

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  • Nothing says FUN like a handful of Pom Poms

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  • pom poms are so fun and easy to make


    • make these with the kids. they love the part where you cut and the pom pom appears lol. very fun.

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  • My son loves making these. thanks for sharing

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  • Yay! I can remember doing this when I was a kid! Maybe I should try it with my son!!

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  • I remember making these being all the rage when I was about 8-10! Thanks for the reminder of making something from my childhood :)

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  • My kids adore making pom poms. Use different sized circles for different sizes.

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  • love making pom poms, thanks for sharing

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