Mini Ribbon Pom Poms

There is always a reason to scream out a great big Wahoo! and to bring out adorable Pom Poms…right?!? Even when you have a horrible day, you can always find a little something within the day to cheer for, and today Emily from The Benson Street is giving us a big reason to cheer with her adorable Mini Ribbon Pom Poms. I mean seriously…adorable! These fun Pom Poms are easy to make and look amazing as a centerpiece, attached to a headband, or to be hung from a piece of twine as a sweet little garland! Please join me in a great big Hip, Hip, Hooray and enjoy this fun project!

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Hello, it’s Emily from The Benson Street! I am excited to be here with you again to share a fun idea using the coolest ribbon. This cork screw ribbon makes for a fun ribbon pom pom. Make a bunch of ribbon pom poms for a garland, bouquet or to add some spice to your home decor.

What you will need:

Korker Ribbon Button

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Start by gathering supplies. Each pom pom uses three strands of the pre-cut korker ribbons.

Cut a small piece of baker’s twine to tie around the center of the pom pom, about 4 to 5 inches in length.

Take each piece of ribbon and fold in thirds and place on top of baker’s twine.

Repeat with each of the three ribbons, placing the other two on top of the first one.

Gather all together and tie twine around the center of the ribbons.

Cut off excess baker’s twine.

Cut the ribbons that are looped through so that no ribbons are still connected.

Use a single prong clip to attach the pom pom to another piece of baker’s twine for a garland. The clips can clip the pom poms to anywhere you would like to add them.

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I love how fun these turned out. They are a different twist on a regular old yarn pom pom. They have lots of dimension.

Mini Ribbon Pom Poms - The Ribbon Retreat Blog
For a different look from a garland, clip onto a couple of sticks or dowels and arrange in a mason jar. It would make a cute centerpiece or way to decorate a mantle.

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I can’t wait to use this adorable ribbon pom pom garland in my little girl’s nursery. I hope you will stop by The Benson Street from more fun ideas.

Thank you Emily! What a fun new way to use our amazing Korker Ribbon. I love the colors you choose to use and how gorgeous they look combined together! If you want to see more fabulous projects by this sweet and very talented lady, make sure you visit her at The Benson Street.

I love our Korkers, because they are pre-curled and make the funnest hair accessories and as you can see…decorations for your home too! Korker Ribbon is full of fun and spirit and pizzazz and will turn up the cuteness factor on your next crafty project! Here are a few more fabulous projects featuring our lovely Korker Ribbon.

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The Ribbon Retreat has such a fun selection of Korker Ribbon. We have all sorts of designs and prints and a great selection of dark, bright and subtle colored Korkers too. You will love them all! You can find every Korker Ribbon we carry right HERE! But, that’s not all we carry! Make sure you check out our entire selection of ribbon, gems, resins and other crafty supplies perfect for you and all of your innovative projects HERE!

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  1. Pat C.
    Posted May 23, 2015 at 9:41 am | Permalink

    Aww, what a sweet use for korkers, Emily! I enjoy projects that offer alternate uses for ribbons and flowers, other than hair accessories–not that I don’t looooooove hair accessories!! Thank you for sharing your adorable project! xoxo

    • The Ribbon Retreat
      Posted May 29, 2015 at 11:42 am | Permalink

      Hi Pat! I agree! I also love projects that feature our amazing projects in ways other than just hair accessories. Hair accessories are obviously my favorite, but I also love home decor projects too that decorate my home in our awesome ribbon! Have a great day and thank you again! Michelle 🙂

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