Steal this Idea*: Bleubird's Pom Pom Wreath

Its Friday (yippee!) - time for another Steal this Idea* feature - a tiny show of appreciation for a well executed tutorial. I stumbled upon this whimsical take on a holiday wreath over at Bleubird Vintage and just had share.

Am I the only person who had no clue you can MAKE pom poms? Whoa. You just rocked me world. Aside from that revelation, lets get down and dirty.

She started off with this:

Made a bunch of these little guys...

And ended up with this

So cute! Aside from its obvious Christmas uses (think of all the color combos you could make!), the same technique could be used as a great piece for a kids room or whimsical party decor.

Get all the deets over at her site.

postscript:
*When I say steal, I really mean borrow nicely and give proper credit!
**If you have an idea/tutorial you would like me to consider for a feature, email me. I'd love to see!

20 comments:

  1. wow i love this!

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  2. Thank you so much for sharing this, I am totally going to be making one of these!

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  3. I'm in love with this. Such a fun idea for all that left over yarn.

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  4. You just did a beautiful job! I love that you gave credit.

    Suz Reaney

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  5. If that is not the cutest wreath! Thanks for sharing.

    www.chicmodernvintage.com

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  6. This is adorable! I am headed over to the tutorial. Thanks.
    xo, Sherry

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  7. I just love this!!! So cute and colorful! Janell

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  8. Pom-Poms are everywhere right now...I don't think I've made one since I was 11, maybe 12? Love that wreath, hope to find time in the next few weeks to make one for my sad front door!

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  9. I linked to your blog today! I hope that you are having a great Saturday! http://keriandbrian.blogspot.com/2010/11/pretty-pictures.html

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  10. I totally love it. So cool.
    http://wedding-planner-costa-azzurra.blogspot.com/

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  11. So freakin' adorable!!!! I'm popping over now to get the full down low on how to do this.

    thank you for sharing!!

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  12. waaaaaaauw - so gonna use pom poms for my christmas tree! thanks for the inspiration!

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  13. Creative and fun. Makes me smile.

    Kelly

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  14. What fun!Thanks for the link!

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  15. After reading your post about making pom poms I decided to give it a try myself. I used them in my Thanksgiving centerpieces that I made. Thanks for the inspiration.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/50796321@N06/5201129571/in/photostream/#/photos/50796321@N06/5201129571/in/photostream/lightbox/

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