And I thought it would be fun to give you some sort of size reference, so these are my most favorite Fiskar scissors next to one of the new Doodle Twin Spools. Isn't it the yummiest little spool of twine??
I saw this fun idea one day when I was surfing around Pinterest and have been dieing to give it a try with the new Doodle Twines. It's super easy and you'll love the end result.
Step 1: Wrap twine around fork.
Step 2: Wrap it 20-25 times around the fork.
Step 3: Cut a small piece of twine and thread through center of fork and tie around both sides of twine and tie into square knot.
Step 4: Pull off fork and it should look like this.
Step 5: Cut through loops and it should look like this...but wait you're not done.
Step 6: Fluff pom pom as much as you can and then start trimming until it starts to take ball foam.
Here is used the new Flower Shoppe Cricut Cartridge to create these 3D flowers, which were perfect for my fun mini pom poms. Once they were assembled (see steps above), I simply threaded them through the center holes of the flowers and hot glued into place.
I thought it would be fun to decorate this $1.00 frame from Ikea. I didn't have a good photo or quote to add to the center yet, but the start of my craft is by far the fun pom pom flower centers.
Let us know if you try this fun Doodle Twine Technique!! Post your pictures to our Facebook wall too and we can all enjoy your creations inspired by this post today.
Have a great weekend!