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This is such a simple, yet soooo cute Christmas Craft. I made these to use as photo props in the background of my pictures for Instagram and here for my blog and I thought that I’d share the idea with y’all! They are super easy and so festive to make! It takes just a few simple things and you can make your own Festive Pom Pom Christmas Trees.

I went to Hobby Lobby last week and they had all their Christmas crafts supplies out in the middle of the aisles and my mind started racing with ideas! Not only can you make a regular Pom Pom tree, you can make a Tinsel Pom Pom tree!

I found a package of these cute Tinsel like Pom Poms and thought that they would make the perfect tree! These are going to make the absolute perfect photo props!

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Supplies –

I bought all of my supplies at Hobby Lobby, although I’m sure just about any craft store or even Amazon will have these products.

Here’s the exact things that I used –

How many trees does one bag of pom poms make? The tinsel has 100 poms and it will only do 1 tree. I had about 40 poms leftover, but the majority of them were the smaller ones and not enough to finish another tree. The big bag of 300 will do at least 3 trees. You could even mix the tinsel and regular pom poms on the trees, that would be really cute!

How to Make a Pom Pom Tree –

I start with the bigger pom poms and glue a row around the bottom of the tree form

If you have a taller tree, you could do a couple rows of the bigger poms, but mine is only 4” tall so I only done 1 row of the big poms.

Continue working your way up the tree, placing the poms kind of in between the colors of the row below it.

The closer you get to the top of the tree, start adding smaller pom poms. Continue until you have the whole tree covered.

I placed a bigger pom pom on the very top of the tree

And that is how easy it is to make your own pom pom Christmas trees! I love these and I hope you will enjoy making them too!

I hope that you have found this tutorial helpful! I love to see what everyone makes using inspiration from my blog! Whether you make these Pom Pom Christmas Trees or something else from my blog, be sure to tag me @okiegirlblingnthings on Instagram so I can see!

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