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Sunday, October 6, 2013

DIY Pom-Pom Keychains

Hey sweeties,

As festival season is approaching me and my mum have started, deep cleaning the house.

In one of the cupboard I found  a lot of wool yarn and pom-pom balls which my mum has made years back.

She use to make a lot of sweaters , handkerchief and lodes of beautifully embroidered things when we (me and my brother) were small children.

I asked her to teach me to make those pompoms. These cute babies can be used in lot of things but today I an going to use them as key-chains.

My Da Milano key-chain broke and they are not having sale at the moment, so I am in no mood to buy. They are way too expensive.

So here are my DIY pom-pom key-chains .






Its too simple to make . Things you need are :

1) Wool Yarn

2) A fork

3) A ring of old key-ring

4) A pair of scissors




Lets get into it.

1) Take wool and wrap it around outer two spokes as shown below.



2) Now make infinity around the fork .




3) Keep making infinity around the fork spokes till it becomes fat.



4) Cut the extra yarn . Take another piece of thread and loop it through the fork as shown.



5)With that piece of thread tie the wool on fork in center and pull it out.



6) Cut the edges and tye two mote tight knots so that pom-pom stays in place. Then trim it as per your liking.

It took me 5 minutes to make 1. I combined 4 pom-poms and knotted it to a old key-ring .




These can be used in hair ties or in making a necklace or bracelet.

There are just endless ways to rock it, the only rule is to have fun with it. :)

Hope you enjoyed this post.

Oh ya, someone mentioned in comment that I make a lot of spelling mistakes, I am really sorry guys. I try my level best not to, but from now on I'll double check it. :)

Thanks for your time.

Love,
Pooja Mittal
xoxoxo



58 comments:

  1. Love your DIY Pooja :)


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  2. You always come up with amazing DIY's which are quick and easy to make. You have a very talented, knowledgeable and creative family, i must say. Thanks for the tip girl.

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  3. They are cute and do look easy to make.

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  4. These are cute Pooja, I am going to teach my daughter how to make them:)

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  5. Muito lindo tudo aqui sempre! beijos,ótimo domingo! chica

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  6. How cute, never thought of using a fork to help making these before <3

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  7. aww so cute love, I love your creativity a lot xx

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  8. Wonderful idea and I think it can be hanged in the car too. Lovely contrast of colors.

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  9. sooo cute! simple and easy, its great that you had fun with this pooja! :)

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  10. The key rings are so cute, thank you Pooja:-)

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  11. So cuteeee¡¡ I love this DIY¡¡¡ :)

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  12. Great job... lovely tutorial!!!!
    Tnx for sharing Pooja!!!!
    Happy sunday!

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  13. This is really cute :)
    Thanks for your last comment :)

    Lots of love!

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  15. really cute pompom key chains and this is such a simple DIY too!

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  16. These are great, and sooo cute!!
    Need to try them out!

    Thanks for always checking out my posts and commenting! xx

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  17. very simple... but cool and colorful key-chains! keep it up

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  18. How cool! And not just as bracelets, you could rock them as earrings too!:)

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  19. great idea dear! thank you for share=))

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  20. So cute! You're creative as always! ;)

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  21. Those pom-pom key-chains are sooo cute! I should try this when I have spare time. :)

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  22. Lovely post as usual Pooja..very innovative.

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  23. Cute!!
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  24. Lovely idea!

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  25. Super cute!

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  26. Very cute dear, thanks for the nice project for my daughter, she adores your hair do, ur little projects and everything....

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  27. Brilliant!
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  28. sweet idea ;) xoxo Babsi
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  29. Very cute!!! so adorable=))))
    Pooja thanks for sharing:)

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  30. Wow this is very beautiful DIY <3
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  31. I would never have known how to do that - that is so cool!

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  32. Hi dear!Thanks for sweet comments! Love pompons!!
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  33. I'm going to do some of them with my daugthers!

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  34. great diy! you're so creative!
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  35. hi poja, love so much the pom pom, i will try to make my pom pon bracelet ( little little pom pom)
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  36. Aww, looks so cute. Great DIY, dear, thanks for sharing. Can't wait to make for myself. :)

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  37. thank you so much for the tutorial,this is great! Hey I didn't know you are in India, that's so awesome :)

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  38. Cute Idea <3

    kisses :) ,happy Monday!

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  39. I want some, they are so sweet, great idea.

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  40. What an adorable idea! They are utterly lovely! Kisses Pooja! xo

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