Get crafty with pom poms with 15 easy to follow step by step guides. Make your own set of fluffy dice, sushi that looks good enough to eat and an everlasting Christmas tree as well as many other exciting projects
So when this book became available to review I jumped at the opportunity.
First, there is always the discussion of whether it is Pom Poms or pompons or something else.
It doesn`t matter. What matters is the fun you have making them as well as the time shared and memories made.
You can make these crafts with a fancy kit or with circles made of cardboard and scraps from previous crafts.
Give it a try and have fun with it!
The book begins with adorable critters. The photos included are bold and brilliant.
The list of necessary supplies very simple. I might have liked a template of a wing, but using ones imagination is always good. No two will ever be alike.
The book also includes some (in my opinion) odd crafts. This just goes to show you the versatility and that there are no limitations. You can make pom poms to suit your own interests.
After you have been thoroughly inspired and given some basic ideas, along with instructions,
the author gives more general information and turns you loose to give it a try on your own ideas.
Katie Scott is a craft and book blogger who lives in the county of Kent, UK. Living at home with her husband and infant daughter, Katie loves nothing more than long evenings in with a good book, a pile of crafting goodies and a very large pot of tea.
Let's Make Pom Poms is her first crafting book.
Find more work from Katie Scott on her blog: https://www.bloomingfiction.co.uk
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