MY DIY | Pom Pom Tote


My pom pom tote dream has come to fruition! And now I am currently crazily making poms, trust me, it is addictive. Use a handy gadget to create yours or use what you got and make ’em with your hands.  Either way, you will be adding them to everything!
What you need:
Needle and thread
Wicker tote
What to do: 
Wrap yarn around your four fingers
Next, take the yarn off your hand and tie another piece around the middle of the yarn, tie in a knot
Then, cut the loops
Trim uneven ends
Next, sew pom poms on to your tote.




  1. Jessica says:

    So cute! I want to use them to tie back curtains!

  2. I’ve always wanted to make these but how do you ensure that the pom doesn’t fall apart?! Love the yellow pom with white – so cute!

  3. Kacie Cone says:

    So cute!! I had no idea it was that easy to make pom poms!

  4. So cool 😀 I must try this!!

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  5. cleartheway says:

    You nailed it! I would be stoked if I was that lady that gave you the inspiration… =]

    Kate from Clear the Way

  6. Sammy says:

    Thank you for this little tip. I will be showing my daughter when she comes home. Looks like we will be having fun tonight ha ha. x

  7. Rachelle says:

    this is so cute, love it.


  8. This is such a cute idea. There are so many ways to decorate with pom poms.

  9. Juliet says:

    so lovely idea

  10. Hannah F says:

    Uhhhh. Not feeling it. This diy is not as polished as your others. I wouldn’t wear this to the corner store. Too kindergarten arts and crafts for me, but thanks for the Pom Pom tutorial. I never knew you could make them with your hands

  11. Angi Solle says:

    Love the pom pom idea and they are super simple to make it seems, possibly not on a purse like that, but they can be used so many places!

  12. Sasha says:

    Ahh this is so cute! Love it! I’ll attempt to do one myself! 🙂

  13. ririst chan says:

    Greaaat Job, I wanna make my own pom pom, thank you for share with us.. 🙂


  14. GBElena says:

    it is a great idea!!! I am thinking about doing it

  15. Anonymous says:

    Such a great idea. Pom poms fit on so many things. Very colorful.

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  17. Anonymous says:

    Love the purse.

  18. Justine J says:

    Great idea! It looks great on the bag xx

    Justine | BRIGHTON DREAM

  19. Monika says:

    Great idea! I love pom poms. The bag is so sweet!

  20. Xeana says:

    Good idea! But I think it was necessary to take different bags for this project.

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  21. Vita says:

    good idea to use some left threads 😉

  22. Andrea Ryan says:

    cute bag! I love making things with pom poms

  23. tute-bot says:

    hey, I have the same scissors! I love those scissors. They’re from IKEA, right?

    Love the tutorial too. 🙂

  24. This is so cute! Easy to do and only need things that are easy to find. Have you tried doing it as t-shirts design? I would love to try it on my shirts.

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