Honestly, I feel a little bit like I’m insulting your intelligence by calling this a DIY. This is gluing pompoms on a stick that I found this morning in the backyard. I can’t even lay claim to the idea of gluing pompoms on a stick; I saw it on Pinterest. That being said, I encourage you to follow suit. it takes 5 minutes and is pretty cute, no?
Plus, take 5 minutes in the morning to make something, and all day long you’ll have that artistic and accomplished “I glued pompoms on a stick when I could have been trolling Facebook” glow.
To glue your own pompoms on a stick you’ll need (brace yourself): pompoms, a stick, a glue gun, and 5 minutes.
Three sticks are shown in the photo above (for the ultra ambitious crafter only).
Heat up your glue gun, and then start gluing pompoms to a stick:
Rotate the stick as you go to get the pompoms stuck to all sides. Or not.
Keep gluing until it looks like a trip to Michael’s vomited all over nature.
Put the stick in a vase or hang on the wall with a couple of pieces of string and thumbtacks.
Ours will hang somewhere over the changing table on our frame wall (which is not up yet, obviously) to add a little shape and texture.
I can’t wait to post the full nursery tour once it’s all done! Getting close… In the meantime, have any ideas about what else I can hot-glue pompoms on?