Whether they're perking up your clothes, brightening your home decor, or bringing a rainbow of color to your next party, pom-poms are perfect wherever they pop up. Each project in this book has oh-so-simple instructions and photographs that'll have you whipping up homemade tufts in all kinds of eye-catching patterns, from speckles to stripes to polka-dots. And don't worry about running out of yarn. You'll learn how to put a new spin on poms with a host of fun materials like tissue paper, tinsel, coffee filters, and cupcake wrappers. With 25 fresh and fancy takes on a classic, Pom-Poms will give crafters of all ages a reason to cheer.
About the Author
Sarah Goldschadt is a Danish American craft book author and designer who lives in Brooklyn. She has worked for Food Network Magazine, Do It Yourself, and Kids' Rooms and freelanced for Better Homes and Gardens, Martha Stewart Living, and Architectural Digest. Sarah loves to make things, travel, and take pictures. Say hello and find new craft projects at Sah-rah.com Lexi Walters Wright is a writer, editor, and sometime librarian whose work has appeared on family and home design websites such as CountryLiving.com, FreshHomeIdeas.com, Parenting.com, KidsHealth.org, BabyZone.com, and many more. She chases her toddler through the woods of Florence, Massachusetts.