Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Pom Pom Fabric Flowers

Pom pom 4


I've been seeing these cute flowers all over blogland/DIYland/Etsy lately. They're so fun and full, and I was dying to find out how to make them!

Then I stumbled upon the Pom Pom Flower Tutorial at A Glimpse Inside, and I could hardly wait to make one myself!

The best part of these flowers is that they are the perfect use for scrap fabric! You just need a long strip, that's all! I highly recommend you hop over to A Glimpse Inside for the full step-by-step instructions.

Pom pom 1
Pom pom 2Pom pom 3

13 comments:

  1. I love them! SO cute! They look fabulous! Thanks for sharing your link with me! I need to make more for myself.

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  2. I just love all the possibilities for these... so fun!

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  3. These turned out so great! I have lots of scraps to use up.

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  4. Really cute!! I saw this one on Bower Power yesterday, and thought it was something I could see you posting on your blog. Too funny, that you posted this! http://bowerpowerblog.com/?p=2325

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  5. I make a flower somewhat similar to this. Check it out sometime.
    http://staycalmandsewsomething.blogspot.com/2010/09/yet-still-another-flower-tutorial.html

    Great job BTW.
    Suzie @
    Staycalmandsewsomething.blogspot.com

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  6. Hey, I too have some scraps that would be perfect for this!

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  7. I am really loving all the fabric flowers too! Thanks so much for sharing yours! Fabulous!

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  8. These are fabulous! Love the fabric you chose!

    www.laforcebewithyou.com

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  9. These are so cute! I love making hair stuff!

    Mar@Justsewsassy.com

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  10. i love these! and the possibilities are endless :) thanks for sharing at my saturday soiree!

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  11. Really cute! Love this idea!

    Thanks for linking up for Friday Favorites last week!

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  12. These are truly fabulous and look simple enough that I might actually be able to make them, and have them turn out-lol!
    I would love to feature this tutorial on my blog if I may have your permission...
    Thanks again!
    Amber
    http://sistersallys.blogspot.com

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