26 October 2011

pom pom




pom8
pom10
pom1
pom2
pom7pom6
pom4
pom3


Alright, we made pom-poms. They were kind of the thing when I was a child (hello, 80s!). Very easy to
make. Fe loved it. But once we had all those pompoms, we weren't quite sure what to do with them all.
A weird caterpillar to hang from the ceiling? A scarf? A headdress?

What does one do with pompoms? They are kind of stupid and fluffy. :D

I guess, sometimes the goal is the journey.

PS For a better instruction, and a better idea what to do with them.


14 comments:

Anonymous said...

haha, you crack me up!

- Paula.

Emil und die großen Schwestern said...

Ein toller Pom-Pomspaß! Lg, éva

Emil und die großen Schwestern said...

Ein toller Pom-Pomspaß! Lg, éva

Emil und die großen Schwestern said...

Ein toller Pom-Pomspaß! Lg, éva

Emil und die großen Schwestern said...

oh, gleich dreimal? wieso das denn? auf jeden fall eine kräftige aussage.

Isa said...

hihi, :)

Kaylovesvintage said...

looks like fun..we should make some

dear olive said...

That's the most ingenius way to make pom poms I've ever seen. And the cutest model too. Kellie xx

NH said...

Habe ich letztens auch gebastelt - für die Miezen. Aber auch sie wussten nicht wirklich was damit anzufangen :). Meine Oma hat noch welche aus unserer Grundschulzeit bei sich in der Küche hängen.

Lizeylou said...

thats the easiest way I have ever seen to make pom poms ... think I know what we will be doing this afternoon!!

sirtsutirtsu said...

Dear Isa,
My daughter Saskia LOVED it!!! I guess we'll be doing pom-poms this evening.
Saskia is so much more into DIY than I am. Now she's undesrstood that mommy's a hopeless case, so she took things into her own tiny hands.
She goes to the village library, takes books on DIY, then chooses her model, writes a list of things to be bought in DIY store and then I do the shopping. After she indulges in hours of crafting.
Hugs from Switzerland
Sirja

Celeste Palacios said...

Oh...so sweet!! Super süß!
Thank you Isa for the visit in my little Blog-World. I´m glad you like my work! :)
Saludos! xxx

the sleepy time gal said...

ohhhhhh... i want to try these!!!! thanks!

Kari Anne said...

Fun! I am definitely testing this with my 3 year old. And yes I remember it from the 80's too ; )