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POM POMS, POM POMS, GO POM POM CRAFTS!
What fun would life be without pom poms? Not nearly as much fun as it is now, that's for sure. They let you add excitement and energy to everything from cheering to making really cool crafts. They are awesome for using as bodies for little fuzzy animals, or eyes and noses on fuzzy monster pictures. They can be used as slippers on dolls and petals on flowers. They come in great colors and are oh so much fun to juggle or just squish. Really, have you ever gotten a great big handful of little fuzzy pom poms and then just squished them? So go gather together your poms in one pile and your other poms in a second pile and make some wonderful pom pom crafts for kids.
How to Make a Halloween Spider with Pom Poms on His Web - This spider web is made from yarn and chopsticks...the spider is made with googly eyes, pom poms, and pipe cleaners.
Flowers from Drinking Straws Pom Poms and Pipe Cleaners - Find out how ot make these adorable flowers with these simple instructions.
Easter Bunny Bag with Pom Pom Nose - Transform a simple brown bag into an Easter treat bag that looks like a bunny rabbit...find out how.
Pom-Pom Spool Beavers - Who knew that combining a thread spool and some pom-poms would make for adorable beavers?
Pom Pom Caterpillars - Paint an egg carton and stick some pom-poms on the top of them and you have a pretty good looking caterpillar.
Spool Pom-Pom Bears- This teddy bear will receive oohs and aahs because it is so adorable. Its face is made with a big pom-pom and his ears with smaller ones.
3-D Snowball Card : - Recipients will get a kick out of these pom-pom snowballs headed their way.
A Honey of a Hat : - Here's a bee your kids needn't flee: she happily hovers over a delightfully springy straw hat.
A Pup for Pop : - The next time Dad needs someone to fetch him a pencil, this desktop dog can deliver.
Baby Food Jar Animals : - What does your pet look like? How about the pet you wish you had? Make one out of a baby food jar. They're cute and easy!
Backpack Ghosts : - This little ghost makes everybody smile.
Barnyard Cuties : - This barnyard trio makes a great project for Easter, but the roly-poly pals are fun to play with any time of year.
Batty Finger Puppets : - Strung from the ceiling with nylon thread or fishing line, these bewitching winged creatures set a properly spooky party mood right off the bat -- particularly once you cut them loose and hand them out for the guests to play with.
Bee Bouquet : - Create a buzz this May Day with easy-to-make flower baskets.
Bird Marionettes : - Make and play with a bird marionette. Pom Beads make this project easy!
Boogie Monsters : - These zany desktop dancers have the "cents" to stand on their own two feet.
Boo-Boo Bunny : - Turn a frown upside down by transforming an ordinary washcloth into a cuddly toy bunny.
Bouncing Love Bugs : - Did you ever think that bugs could be cute and cuddly? These are!
Bunny Bookmark : - Use pompoms and craft foam to make this cute bunny bookmark to mark your place in the Easter books you read.
Bunny Pocket Pal : - This little bunny will hop into your pocket and bring smiles to everyone.
Butterfly Polka Dots : - This happy little butterfly will brighten a young girls room and make it smell good too.
Candy Cane Signpost : - Here's a real treat for your tree: a candy cane-like ornament that points the way to Santa's place.
Candy Catcher : - When it comes to collecting treats, this eight-legged spider tote is great for holding onto your child's catch.
Cardboard Tube Bunny : Pom Pom Crafts Ideas for Kids - Mr. Whiskers is a lot of fun to make and recycles some of those empty toilet paper tubes too.
Cardboard Tube Pilgrims and Indian - Set up a whole colony of pilgrims and Indians for your Thanksgiving feast.
Cat Pocket Pal : Pom Pom Crafts Activities for Children - You'll be the Cat's Meow with this sweet little pocket pal.
Chic Sheep : - You and your child can round up a flock of these fuzzy heralds of spring: they come together in two shakes of a lamb's tail.
Chicks in a Nest : - Who could resist such cute creatures staring back at you?
Clothespin Santa : - Hang these cute Santas made from wooden clothespins on your tree.
Clothespin Toy Soldier : - Some people might call this little guy a clothes peg toy soldier, or a clothespeg ornament, but whichever name you give to those wooden clamps used to hold wet clothes to a laundry line, you'll want to liberate a few for the craft table to make this cute toy soldier Christmas ornament.
Comfy Fleece Throw with Pompom Trim : - Here's an easy sewing project that won't break the bank. You can usually buy fleece remnants at reasonable cost; also look for extra-large fleece blankets on sale at the department stores - these can cut down to make several other projects, or embellished with trim, braid or ribbon to make a one-of-a-kind throw.
Computer Buddies : - Make a Computer Buddy to keep you company while you working or playing on your computer.
Craft Stick Girl : - With just three craft sticks, a pompom, some felt, and our free printable clothes pattern, you can make a cute stick girl doll. Add a magnet, and you have a locker mascot or fridgie.
Cuddles The Clown : - "Cuddles Clown" is one of the characters in the "Hatters" Renuzit® series; clever projects that will make delightful additions to your seasonal decorating.
Dragonfly Dreams : Crafts Projects with Pom Poms - Add a bit of sparkle to your room with this Dragonfly.
Easter Basket : - Who can resist these little baskets filled with pompom chicks.
Easter Bunny Basket : - This irresistible Easter basket will surely be at your child's side long after the egg hunt is over.
Easter Bunny Jelly Bean Bag : - Dress up a plastic bag full of jelly beans - learn how to make an Easter bunny jelly bean bag!
Easter Bunny Pencil Toppers : - This is a good Easter craft project for kids - basically, all you need are pencils and pom poms!
Easter Critters Napkin Rings : - What would be more fun than these cute little critters at your Easter dinner?
Egg Carton Lady Bugs - Recycle your old egg cartons into these adorable little ladybugs! So easy to make and such a cute result, what child could resist? Great for spring, Earth Day, or any old time.
Felt Santa : - Use this charming Kunin felt Santa decoration for Christmas trees, wreaths, mantels, centerpieces, stocking stuffers or just to give as a homemade Christmasgift!
Fish Yarn Bug : - Got a favorite fish? Make a yarn bug fish that looks just like him (or her!)
Foam & Pompom Christmas Tree : - Set one on the fireplace mantle so Santa will see it when he comes down the Chimney.
Frog Hat : - Fun for dress up or to wear everyday!
Furry Head Pencils : - Watch 'em wiggle when you write! Makes for a great party favor.
Frost-free the Snowman : - It's no snow job -- this Frosty requires neither a white Christmas nor freezing temperatures to spread his cheer. All he needs is a stack of leftover boxes, a few pompoms, tape, felt, and some white quilt batting. Bonus: he comes apart, making him easy to store during the off-season.
Giant Hairy Spider : - Everyone will go buggy when they see these cool creepy crawlers all around the crevices of your haunted house!
Hang in There, Pompom Easter Bunny! - Here's an Easter Bunny to make from pompoms, craft foam and chenille stems. He's hanging around a small grapevine wreath - so you need one of those too!
Heart Shaped Pompoms - Embellish gifts, hats, scarves, or whatever else you can think of with these adorable heart shaped pom poms.
Halloween Pencil Toppers - Personalize your pencils with a Halloween theme - choose either the pumpkin pencil or spider pencil -- or why not make both?
Halloween Ring Critters - Use pompoms and short chenille stems to make these cute ring critters for Halloween.
Hatching Pompom Easter Chick - These little chicks look so cute and fluffy hatching from their Easter eggs that you might just want to make a whole family of them.
Hungry Alligator - While a real alligator's meal of choice ranges from snails to snakes, this toothy reptile will be more than happy to munch on whatever pens and pencils your child has to offer.
Ivory Soap Easter Bunny - This project is rated Easy to do and very cute.
Just Ducky Tennis Ball Chick - Here's a fluffy fowl ball that's all it's quacked up to be. This tennis ball duckling can neither swim nor fly, but it gets by with a winning waddle.
Lost Sheep - Can you help find the lost sheep?
Love Bird Magnet - Let this little birdie tell someone you love them on Valentine's Day.
Lucky Leprechaun - The clever little Leprechaun is a charming addition to the St. Patrick's Day decorations.
Melty the Snowman - This whimsical windowsill decoration serves as a sign of spring no matter what climate you live in.
Miniature Sundaes - Girl scouts have been making these for years! Make delicious-looking doll-sized ice cream sundaes.
Mini Bear Wreath Tree Trim - Small pompoms and a bit of glue create this country bear on a twig wreath.
Miss Spider's Treat Basket - Miss Spider is all set to welcome you into her Yarn Candy Bowl.... be careful!
Mouse Egg - Courtesy of a hard-boiled egg, vibrant egg dye, a cute pipe cleaner stand, and some glued-on details (paper ears, pom-pom nose, and so on), this critter is an Easter favorite.
Nest o' Fluffy Chicks - Transform fuzzy yellow pom-poms into charming chicks, then display your brand-new brood in a cozy yarn nest set in the crook of a cut branch.
Nutty Mouse - – Normally we don’t want to find a mouse in the house, but these nutty little creatures designed by Lorraine of Smithtown, NY are welcome guests.
Nutty Squirrel Craft and Game to Play - This craft will require an egg carton, paint, and pom-poms to make a set of nutty squirrels to play a fun game with your friends!
Paint Brush Easter Bunny - Who would ever have thought that plain old household paint brushes make such cute Easter bunnies?
Patriotic Pom-poms - Cheer on the Fourth of July parade with a red-white-and-blue pom-pom made from plastic shopping bags.
Pig Egg - Courtesy of hard-boiled eggs, vibrant egg dye, a cute pipe cleaner stand, and some glued-on details (paper ears, pom-pom nose, and so on), this critter is an Easter favorite.
Pig Pen - Transform an ordinary pen into a fun study buddy by topping it with an adorable pom-pom piglet.
Pirate Yarn Bug - Yo ho ho and a shiny gold coin! Make a pirate yarn bug and name him Captain Jack.
Plymouth Pilgrim Decoration - This friendly Pilgrim will welcome your guests on Thanksgiving Day.
Pom Pom Animals - Pom pom animals are a fun and easy craft for school age kids. Try this craft at your next group gathering, birthday party, or just for fun! Once you show your kids how to make these, they will want to craft a whole collection of cute little animals. They make great party favors for a birthday or baby shower too.
Pompom Ant Chip Clip - Where there's a picnic there are ants and these loveable little creatures designed by the FreeKidsCrafts team are sure to be a welcome addition to all the festivities. They're fun to make and will help keep your picnic chips safe from their less desirable "cousins".
Pompom Bat - Boing, boing. This bat on a stick will bounce right into your Halloween fun.
Pom Pom Bear - Make a teddy bear for your doll or just because you like teddy bears.
Pom Pom Bugs - Glue a few pom pom together, add some pipe cleaners and wiggle eyes and you've got these adorable bugs!
Pompom Caterpillar - Make a cute, fluffy caterpillar from pompoms with this easy kid's craft project.
Pom Pom Chick - This cheerful little chick will brighten any Easter Basket.
Pompom Critters - These little critters will steal your heart!
Pompom Easter Bunny Basket - This little pompom bunny in his cheerful little Easter basket is cousin to our Hangin' In There Pom Pom Bunny. Both bunny faces are made from pompoms of various sizes. With this version, there's no need to make the bunny body as all you can see is a bunny face peeking out of the Easter grass.
Pom Pom Easter Chick - – This is a pompom Easter chick that is so cute that you'll want to make a whole nest of chicks for your Easter basket.
PomPom Frame - You'll never feel alone with our silly pompom frame to keep an "eye" on you.
Pom Pom Frog - Keep this friendly little frog on your dresser, your desk or on the car dash board.
Pompom Fluff Bunny Bunny - Here's how to make a fluffy Easter bunny from pompoms.
Pompom Ladybug - Make a fluffy ladybug with this fun craft project.
Pom-Pom Jack o’ Lantern - It is the bewitching hour and this Jack o’ Lantern is observing the Halloween night with its spooky eyes.
Pom Pom Polar Bear - This cute little pom pom polar bear is all ready for winter! This cuddly guy makes for a great winter craft, and is a cute addition to your homework desk or windowsill.
Pompom Shamrock - This pompom shamrock is easy to make as a St. Patrick's Day party favor, fridgie, or pin. It's also a great St. Patrick's art project for home schoolers, classrooms or youth groups.
Pom-Pom Scarf - Brighten up that bus-stop attire with this fun and fluffy homemade scarf.
Pompom Spiders - Fuzzy pompom spiders are a traditional Halloween decoration. Although you would think they are easy to do, attaching the legs can be tricky, especially for younger children. Hopefully, these directions will minimize any frustration and lead to the creation of lots of pompom spider decorations for your home or classroom.
Pom-Pom Snowman Magnet or Pin - Keep fridges and bulletin boards looking festive with this snowman magnet or pin. Kids get a kick out of drawing the faces and features on it.
Pom Pom Tie Guy - Make these really easy and super cute fluffy guys in a tie for your dad to display proudly on his desk or toolbox! It makes a great Father's Daygift.
Poofy Pencil Holder - Every little girl will just love this pencil holder on her desk.
Pot Reindeer: Christmas Craft Idea - Recycle a terra cotta clay pot, or a plastic plant pot, to make this whimsical pot reindeer Christmas ornament.
Recycled CD Snowman - Recycle a CD and a juice can lid ornament in this Christmas craft to make a snowman ornament.
Recycled Milk-Jug Easter Basket - If you've built up a plethora of baskets to store over the years, you'll love this fluffy recyclable Easter basket that the kids will have fun making!
Santa Yarn Bug - Our jolly Santa Yarn Bug makes a terrific package topper or a nice little gift for someone special.
Sleepy Bunny - This cute little bunny fell asleep inside of one of your Easter eggs! Shhh, don’t wake him--he needs his strength to deliver those goodies.
Snowman Wobbler - Who can resist giving this adorable snowman a little prod in the belly button - just to see him wobble. There's a free pattern to download, and all the instructions you need to make a snowman wobbler for yourself or as unique homemade Christmas present.
Spring Lambs - Chase away rainy days with a flock of cottony critters.
St.Patrick Bear Buddy - Make a cute pompom bear to help celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
Teddy Bear Angels - Turn a few pompoms into a teddy bear angel that you can wear as a pin, or use as a Christmas tree decoration.
Timmy the Terra Cotta Turtle - Turn a terra cotta clay pot into a cute turtle with pompom feet.
Woolly Sheep - Most sheep can be a little standoffish, but not this roly-poly one made from a pompom.
Yarn Bug - This will be the cutest bug you'll find around your house!