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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