Pom-pom ornaments are super fun craft activities for children to make at school or at home. Kids of all ages and parents will engage in this craft using their imagination, creativity and motor skills. Even better, the whole family can enjoy their DIY pom-pom ornaments throughout the holiday season. I remember making candy cane ornaments like these YEARS ago in Sunday school. I had a nice time reliving those memories with my daughter yesterday.
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These pom-pom ornaments require very little time to make. Spark excitement in your kids with this activity, regardless of their age. Whether they are toddlers to elementary school are or even older, this fun craft can allow you to spend quality time with them. If you have more than one child, turn it into a family fun activity!
Decorate your home, kid’s bedroom or classroom with this fun and simple craft. Children love putting their work on display!
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- 1 inch pom-poms
- tacky glue
- recycled cardboard (from soda and cereal boxes)
- hole punch
- piece of ribbon (for hanging and bow on wreath)
Directions for making Pom-pom ornaments
If you would like to use the shapes we used you may download them here. After the shapes are cut I would punch the hole for hanging and add the ribbon for hanging before adding the pom-poms. It will be more difficult later.
First , cut out the shapes. I usually cut out the shapes for my daughter and we applied lots of glue. Next, she carefully placed each pom-pom on the cardboard. When she finished, I sat a dinner plate on top for a few minutes to get the edges of the pom-poms glued to the cardboard.
She was so proud when she hung them on the Christmas tree last night!
How was your experience making these pom-pom ornaments with your kiddos? Comment and share with us!
More holiday ideas for you:
- Candy Cane Crafts
- Photo Block Ornaments
- Hand painted DIY Santa ornament
- Remember someone you love with special memorial ornaments
- Handmade felt ornaments
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Remember to your child’s name and the year on the back. I have so many from even my kids were small and I don’t remember what each child made and their age when they many it. I lost some memories after some surgeries and wish everything had names and dates.
What size pom poms did you use? Want to do this with my class but need to order the right amount.
We made these this weekend. My 3 & 2-year old had a blast! Great craft idea, thanks!!