How to Make Cute and Easy Felt Pom Pom Trees

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1 Hour

Have you been seeing those cute felt pom pom trees everywhere like I have? I was inspired by a couple I saw at Pottery Barn. The trees are so easy to make! Join me for How to make felt pom pom trees! My favorite kind of project, easy and can be a no sew project too! Perfect in any color to match an individual style or to give as a gift.

You can finish this cute tree in a variety of ways by adding to a mason jar or gluing to a wood round.

This darling tree simply begins as a quarter circle. A 25” circle will make four 10” trees. You can use a string and pencil to create a full or half circle to make the size tree you want.

Simply line up straight edges together. Machine or hand sew a seam. You can also glue the seam. Turn right side out.

Turn tree right side out. Simply stuff. Hand sew a gathering stitch around bottom. Pull stitches leaving an opening to fit dowel. Insert dowel and glue in place. Glue on pom poms. Easy as 123!

Now you can finish your trees to suit your decor. I made these for my grandlittle girls to co-ordinate with their fairy tale attic playroom. When you have a 200 hundred year old house you have to have an attic playroom!

These trees are so quick and easy! With all of the color options in felt you can create rustic, farmhouse or festive candy cane! Where would you put one of these trees, or two or three…

Making creative magic!

Suggested materials:

  • 8 oz. Polyester Stuffing   (Fairfield World)
  • 1/2 yard Lagoon Kunin Craft Felt   (JOANN Fabric and Craft Stores)
  • Pom poms   (JOANN Fabric and Craft Stores)
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