Is it just me or can one not click a link these days without tripping over a pom pom? They seem to be everywhere, yes? Or perhaps it's just another example of the frequency illusion as I'm a bit pom pom crazy of late...
Anyhoo, pom poms - I've been making them. I started off using some fancy contraption, but then I realised it was much easier just to wrap the wool around my hands like this.
I was thinking I'd just use them as they are, as ornaments for our tree, but after seeing this wreath from Big Box Detox (which incorporates fairy lights) I'm tempted to make a bunch more and do a wreath. I guess I'll wait and see at what point the hand cramping sets in.
Dark blue, yellow and grey - this is the colour scheme I am currently obsessed with. So our xmas is going to be blue, yellow and grey. (Well, at least my contribution to our xmas will be, I'm pretty sure the step-sons don't follow a colour scheme. Actually, I'm pretty sure they'd think me slightly mad for following a colour scheme.)
Pom poms are great - they are such fun to say and oh so easy to make, especially if you make them while there's something fun on the radio in the background. You also don't really need to have any particular skill to make a pom pom (my favourite kind of craft!). Also, late at night, when you tweet about pom poms you may for a second see your tweet and think you've tweeted about making 'porn porns' and have a mild heart attack and then realise you didn't tweet that at all and have a little chuckle to yourself about how similar 'pom' and 'porn' look when your eyes are old and blurry.
Oh, and if you're interested in another festive craft project that doesn't involve too much actual sewing or knitting or crocheting, I quite like this twisted felt garland from the Purl Bee.
Hope your all having a happy weekend. I'm in Hong Kong - hooray!