• Karen - The Graphics Fairy
    These are so pretty!
  • JuNxtaposition
    juNxtaposition Pittsburgh, PA
    too cute !
  • Karen Aber Ploransky
    love them!
  • Sharon @ mrs. hines class
    these little pom pom flowers are so dang cute! I'm not much of a crafter, but I just might have to break out the fork and yarn for this one.
  • Sherry C
    Sherry C Portland, OR
    Kelly, I'm in love with these pom pom flowers! They are so sweet. I am always wishing I had a bouquet of fresh flowers in the house (a girl can dream, right!?) But I think I may have found a substitute for the times when that just isn't possible.
  • Eclectically Vintage - Kelly
    Thanks everyone - they are the flowers that just won't die not matter how much you ignore them! What's better than that?
  • Karen Buskist
    Cute for a bridal or baby shower!
  • Vivienne @ The V Spot
    Vivienne @ The V Spot Los Alamitos, CA
    Very fun! Love them!
  • Megan V (Our Pinteresting Family)
  • Tracey Davis
    It's finally happened. I've turned "Vintage". My sisters and I used to make these for our roller skates....
  • Eclectically Vintage - Kelly
    Me too Tracey Davis - I actually talk about that in my post - big blue pom poms with bells on them as I skated around Roller Rama!
  • Chris T
    Chris T Tonawanda, NY
    We did these all the time in our Brownie and Junior Girl Scout troops. Sometimes we made them into corsages for our Moms when we would have our Mother Daughter Tea....the girls loved doing them. Only one thing to keep in mind....use a fork with LONG
  • Chris T
    Chris T Tonawanda, NY
    If you don't have a fork with long tines or big enough to make the size you need check out the resale shops....I have found lots of good stuff there.
  • Sue Rindflesch
    Sue Rindflesch Ocean Park, WA
    CUTE for sure...BUT....they get dusty as heck!
  • Eclectically Vintage - Kelly
    Yes Chris T - I found huge serving forks at the thrift shop! They make nice big pom poms
Eclectically Vintage - Kelly