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This is very handy if you need to make a few small pom poms!!

It works very well! We tried it!

You need a fork and some wool to get started!

1. Wrap your wool around the fork – try wrap it in the middle of the prongs

We wrapped our wool around the fork about 30 times (30 times around).

 

Then tie a little wool – in the centre prong – around the wrapped wool. Tie it as tight as you can as this is what holds the pom pom together!

Slide it off the fork carefully, cut both sides.

Fluff it out and there you go, a perfect little pom pom, made on a fork!

 

  • That is so cool !! I remember making these with a piece of card board when I was younger :)

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  • Thanks for sharing – a great way to make pom poms without messing around cutting out cardboard templates!

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  • What an easy project for little ones, my girl will love making pom pom this way. Thanks.

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  • Great idea, much easier than with cardboard.

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  • I totally forgot about this idea the other day. So angry at myself for not remembering this easy way. Next time.

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  • Thanks for sharing! I want to make some small pom poms and thought I might need to create or buy a template, but this looks super easy!! I’ll be making one tonight :)

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  • That is so easy and simple. Beats having to cut a circle with cardboard.

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  • Simple and easy the children would enjoy doing this

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  • what a great idea….I loved making pom poms as a kid!

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  • Thats such a handy idea! I’ll be trying it soon :)

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  • Such memories! I remember making these as a kid!!

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  • I remember making Pom poms like this when I was little. Great fun and very cute.

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  • Wow that is very cool. I have attended many craft afternoons at school to help little ones make pom-poms and have had many tears. This will be great for us from now on. To make a bigger one I’m going to use my new garden fork as it’s a perfect size.

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  • wow how quick and easy to make, great idea

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  • How easy is this. A must to teach the grandchildren.

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