Spring pom pom burlap bunting
Happy March! Here in Arizona the weather is bliss… we enjoyed an amazing rainy weekend and although our winter is when plants and grass are in full bloom, our pom pom burlap bunting is making it feel EXTRA springy around here!
Every so often you will see our older sister Sandee, (we’ve nicknamed her our manager since she coordinates our quarterly craft nights,) on Lolly Jane… like today! We lovely love love her style and are happy she let us raid her house to share her pom pom burlap bunting that we will soon be knocking off (; It’s easy peasy to create and so cheery!
To get started you’ll need a few yards of burlap, scrap fabric, (all of hers is from Hobby Lobby) pom pom garland + hot glue. If you’re like us, you probably already have these supplies in your craft stash (;
Here’s a quick tute for this quick craft:
- Cut the burlap into a pendant shape (roughly 10″length x 4″wide)
- Fold over.
- Cut the patterned fabric slightly smaller than the burlap pendant, (feel free to use our template provided above, although we free handed ours. Perfectly imperfect! LOL)
- String bakers twine between the fold of the bunting.
- Secure closed with a dab of hot glue.
- Hot glue the pom pom strand across the bunting.
It’s a simple piece of decor but really brightens up the space, don’t you think?
San’s mantel is paired with our Shanty-inspired apothecary jars (find our own tutorial here), framed Easter subway art by Eighteen25 (hung from this wreath holder), our foam Easter egg sign and Kelli’s recent concrete bunny thrift store find. (Sandee and I both tried to bribe her to snag that bunny but she’s playing for keeps! Boo! LOL) Click for more Easter and spring ideas like our foam Easter egg sign:
Enjoy these free Easter tag printables:
Or create an easy vintage spring bunting, too!
Happy spring! (And hoping those of you still stuck with snow get a break soon!) XOXO
I know this is an old post, but I found you on Pinterest. Love this project, but unfortunately, all of the photos except the first one aren’t showing up–just little x’s! Hope it’s something you can fix, as I’d love to make this!
Thanks, Deb! We’ve updated it, thanks for catching that! XO
Oooh! I’ve been holding to some pom pom garland and now I know what to do with it!! Thanks for this!
I love those lil candy jars!! How did you make those??
Thanks Brie! They were inspired by Shanty-2-chic.com but you can find our tutorial here 😉 http://lollyjane.com/apothocary-jars-plaques-oh-my/ XOXO
Awww that was a nice surprise! Poms are my fave!!! And I am stealing that dang rabbit this year once and for all. Bwa ha ha!
Surprise San! 😉 Thanks for sharing your space!!! XOXO
I am so in love with that bunting! The little pom poms are too cute!
I love it- so cute and fresh- and the pom poms are the perfect addition. Everything you girls do is so darn adorable. Thanks for sharing!
Where did you find the picture stand that the subway art hangs from? Beautiful display!
Thank you Judy! You can find it here for less than $20! (:
That’s so cute!! I live in Tucson and it’s been such nice weather compared to the rest of the country.
(thanks for commenting on my blog 🙂
Sharing this today on fb! Super cute! Thanks for sharing!
Thank you Amy! Muah! XO
So pretty. It puts me in the mood for spring even though it is 40 degrees here in south Texas…ugh!! Love the bunting. Thanks for the tutorial!!
40 degrees?! Aaah! Hopefully y’all will get some warmer weather soon… but not TOO warm! We KNOW the heat is around the corner here! 😉
Oh gosh!!! I just love this. Imitation is the highest form of flattery right? I may be copying this one!!
Haha! Do it Cheryl! 😉 Have fun creating! XO
I so love anything with pom poms! Very adorable.
Love it! I have some fabulous pom pom ribbon from Pick Your Plum just waiting to be used. This is perfect!
I missed that deal and am so bummed! Can’t wait for you to make your own, Katie (: xo
I love the pom pom addition to the bunting.