Hi everyone! It’s Heather from The Caterpillar Years, sharing a fun and simple craft to do with your kids this holiday season!
My girls have a little tree, all their own, to decorate however they like. Most years they decorate and redecorate it daily.
My oldest had a lot of fun making pom garlands for their tree, but my three-year-old isn’t quite ready for needles and yarn, so we put together these pom ornaments.
- White Card Stock Paper
- Rubber Cement
- Poms, 1/2″ and smaller, various colors
- String or twine
DOWNLOAD THE TEMPLATE, and print it out on white card stock.
Cut out the shapes (older kids can cut them out themselves!) and color the black-and-white templates if they’re interested 🙂
Then smear a GENEROUS amount of rubber cement onto the template and start placing poms. I found it was best to work one area at a time, because the rubber cement dries so quickly.
Let your ornament dry completely.
Next, cut a piece of string or twine to length, make a loop, and tape it to the back of the ornament.
Hang and enjoy!
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Hi I’m Heather, a graphic designer turned full-time mom to two little girls, ages six and four. I’m ecstatic to be a contributor here on Yellow Bliss Road, where I’ll be writing about DIY projects, free printables and fun crafts to do with the littles in your life. You can find more fun activities on my blog, The Caterpillar Years. Thanks for reading!