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Faux Fur Pom Pom Christmas Ornaments

Make fun faux fur pom pom Christmas ornaments for your Christmas tree.

Add a fun touch of rustic to your Rustic Christmas with these DIY Faux Fur Pom Pom Christmas Ornaments!

I’ve been working on our Rustic Themed Christmas for a few years now.

I’ve been adding new DIY ornaments to our Christmas tree every year and this year is no exception!

This year’s new DIY Rustic Christmas Ornaments are these Faux Fur Pom Pom Christmas Ornaments.

Add a fun touch of rustic to your Rustic Christmas with these DIY Faux Fur Pom Pom Christmas Ornaments!

Since last year I’ve been on the hunt for inexpensive faux fur pom poms that I could use to make ornaments.

Christmas went by last year and I never found what I was looking for. Well, I did find really nice ones but they were quite pricey and especially so when you consider how many I would need to decorate my tree.

My luck changed a few weeks ago when I was roaming the Michael’s Christmas section.

I was walking through the Christmas branch pick section and I came across branch picks that had three faux fur pom poms attached to them. They had them in white and brown.

I looked at them closely and I knew I could upcycle them into ornaments. They were inexpensive and they were also 50% off. YAHOO!!

I was really happy with the white and brown ones, but I did want grey ones too.

Would you believe that I came across a pack of grey ones at the end of a row in the Wedding Section?

The pack had 9 inside the bag in various sizes and they were $8.99 Canadian. With my 40% coupon I had on me, they came to not expensive at all. SCORE!

Want to know how I transformed them into Faux Fur Pom Pom Ornaments? 

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DIY Faux Fur Pom Pom Christmas Ornaments. Perfect for a Rustic Christmas.

Faux Fur Pom Pom Christmas Ornaments

Supplies:

How to make faux fur pom pom ornaments.

P.S. Want to see the different sizes of grey pom poms I had in the packaging I bought?

Grey faux fur pom poms.

Instructions:

Step 1: I started off by cutting the pom poms off the branch pick.

Cut pom poms off the branch picks.

Step 2: Suede cording tends to have creases from being wrapped around the cardboard packaging.

In order to straighten out the cording, I use my hair straightener on a low setting to iron out the creases.

How to straighten sueded cording.

Step 3: I cut the suede cording to a length of 10″. I used color coordinating thread and needle to attach the suede cording to the pom poms.

How to attach sueded cording to a fur pom pom.

OR

If you want a fast option, you can also hot glue the suede cording to the faux fur pom poms.

This works really well too and it’s the method I used for the last few brown and white pom poms and for all my grey pom poms.

How to attach sueded cording to a fur pom pom.

And voilà!

Easy DIY Christmas Ornaments!

Faux Fur Pom Pom Christmas Ornaments

Add a fun touch of rustic to your Rustic Christmas with these DIY Faux Fur Pom Pom Christmas Ornaments! Also perfect for a Woodland Christmas theme!
Add a fun touch of rustic to your Rustic Christmas with these DIY Faux Fur Pom Pom Christmas Ornaments! Also perfect for a Woodland Christmas theme!
Add a fun touch of rustic to your Rustic Christmas with these DIY Faux Fur Pom Pom Christmas Ornaments! Also perfect for a Woodland Christmas theme!

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And what do you think?

Aren’t these Faux Fur Pom Poms Christmas ornaments great?

I can’t wait to put them in my Christmas tree! They are going to look great with all my other decorations!

Have a FABULOUS day!

P.S. I’ll be sharing this at these parties.


Lydia

Thursday 15th of December 2016

These are so creative! I can see so many uses for them even after Christmas is over! Thanks for sharing.

Lindsay @ The DIY Mommy

Thursday 17th of November 2016

These are so cute! I literally be your other handmade ornaments as well. The use of different textures is so pretty.

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