How to Make a Pom-Pom Bouquet
Grab the kids, and make a darling bouquet of flowers that will never die. This simple craft only takes a few minutes.
Make a forever bouquet to give to a friend or display in your own home. You (and your kiddos) will love this fun, easy project.
- wire brush
- hot glue gun
- kraft paper or card stock
Gather sticks from your backyard to act as stems for your flowers. Choose sticks of the same size, and search for dry ones. If your sticks are damp, let them dry indoors for 24 hours before proceeding.
Clean + Break Sticks
Use a wire brush to clean sticks and remove any unwanted residue. Then, break or cut sticks to desired length.
Glue Pom-Poms to Sticks
Use your fingers to open up a pom-pom to its center. Once you’ve found the center, apply a large dot of hot glue. Then, insert the tip of a stick into the hot glue. Fold the surrounding pom-pom fibers around the tip of the stick, and pinch to secure hot glue. Repeat for each flower.
Attach Card to Bouquet
If you plan to gift your bouquet, create a small card to go with it. Use kraft paper or card stock, and write a sweet message. Punch a hole in the card's upper corner, and attach the note using twine.