Dollar Store DIY Pom Pom Letter Ornaments…
I’m always looking for quick, easy, colorful & fun DIY ornaments to make each Christmas. And these sweet little letter ornaments fit that description perfectly!
These letter ornaments are made from just a few supplies. You can use felt balls or pom poms…both would look cute. I used pom poms as they are a bit easier to come by and less expensive. You can get them at the Dollar Store (or Dollar Tree or Dollar General).
Directly below the supply list is a 2-minute video tutorial that will show you how to assemble your letter ornaments.
Monogram Pom Pom Ornament Supplies
- >craft letters (I used 3″ letters)
- hot glue/hot glue gun
- fishing line, baker’s twine or twine
- small pom poms or felt balls
This 2-minute video will show you the step-by-step process to make your letter ornaments!
Pom Pom Monogram Letter Ornaments Video Tutorial
It’s that easy! These DIY letter ornaments should take you no more than 5-10 minutes, tops, to complete.
It’s a fun Christmas craft to do with the older kids (as long as they can be safe with the hot glue gun).
Like these letter ornaments? Then check out these thrifty Christmas projects my Dollar Store DIY friends are sharing today on their blogs:
Southern State of Mind | My Thrift Store Addiction | Knock It Off Kim | This is our Bliss | Redhead Can Decorate | Monica Wants It | Heathered Nest | Creative Ramblings | Refashionably Late
If you’re on the hunt for more DIY Christmas ornament ideas, or Christmas crafts for kids, here are some of our favorites:
Melted crayon ornaments
Felt ornament collection
from a pig in a blanket to a fox in socks, a rabbit you can pull from a hat, a partridge in a pear tree and more…
we’ve written tutorials on a bunch of adorable felt Christmas ornaments for you to try at home!
Simply click on any of these ornament images, and you’ll be taken to the tutorial post!
Handprint ornament collection
Santas, snowmen, reindeers and more. Turn your kiddos sweet little paw-prints into some of what will be the most cherished ornaments on your tree this year.
It’s a great ornament tradition to add to your holidays. And I’ll show you how it’s done.
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Rachael @ This is our Bliss says
Love a pom pom project!! And how CUTE for the kiddos?!! Your video is darling, too 🙂 Thanks so much for joining us this month! xo