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DIY Pom Pom Wall Hang

03/24/15

DIY pom pom wall hang | sugar & cloth DIY pom pom wall hang | sugar & cloth

photos by Jared Smith

I’ve wanted one of the woven wall hangs that are popping up everywhere forever, but the honest truth is I can’t really swing purchasing wall art in that price range at the moment. I’m also 120% positive that I don’t have the attention span for learning how to weave one, so I decided to make my own version of a wooly (that’s a technical word right?) wall piece myself with this DIY pom pom wall hang.

Lucky for me I happen to be dating a guy that loves to help, and he reallllly loves to make pom poms (it’s true, he says it’s relaxing), so this turned out to be a not-so-time consuming project, but you can also purchase pre made poms on Etsy too! While you’re saving yourself all kinds of pom pom making time you can now be pondering what Jared is going to look like in thirty years with knitting gear in hand, cause clearly that’s where he’s headed (love you, babe!)…

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DIY // Pom pom cake (and intern/assistant advice!)

08/21/14

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If this sweet little DIY pom pom cake doesn’t brighten your Thursday, I don’t know what will! Unless you had doughnuts for breakfast, in which case you owe the rest of us good vibes instead, but I’m not pointing fingers. Nonetheless, be sure to check out this ridiculously simple cake tutorial over on Julep today.

In case you’ve been wondering what’s happening behind the scenes at S+C lately, it can pretty much all be summed up in a very graphic image of me racing like a mad woman to finish deadlines for the rest of this week and next. I’ve also decided that I HAVE to get an intern or thirty. What are your alls thoughts on interns? Do they have to be through a college for credit, paid well, not paid at all if it’s through the university, any horror stories of things you wish you would’ve known before hand, is it easier just to pay for an assistant, do I need to preface working for us that I may or may not cry over cupcakes on certain days? Wow, if you stuck with me through that run-on sentence you’re already hired!

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DIY // Pom pom placemats and tabletop

07/09/14

DIY pom pom placemats and tabletop | sugarandcloth.com DIY pom pom placemats and tabletop | sugarandcloth.com

photography by Kimberly Chau

One of my worst qualities in life is not being able to keep surprises. I swear the second I get excited about sharing something it’s over, I should just apologize to all loved ones in advance for never actually having anything to open on Christmas or birthdays (sorry about tomorrow Jared!). Fortunately what I lack in keeping surprises I can make up for with a whole bunch of pom pom trim loveliness, like this tabletop I styled with Kim a few months ago.

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DIY // Pom Pom Leather Luggage Tags

02/20/14

DIY pom pom & leather luggage tagsDIY pom pom & leather luggage tags

I’m still trying to mad prep for heading out of town the next few weeks, but you know I have to do it with a little DIY style, so I made these pom pom leather luggage tags for my new luggage! For the longest time I had a polka dot ribbon tied to my luggage that my dad put on them years ago to help me notice mine easily, so I wanted to stick with the tradition with the colorful poms, and I’m kind of in love.

In case you’re not the avid traveler type, this would also be a really cute project for kids bags for school, baby bags, clutches, or overnight bags. Plus, they’re a great reason to have a ton of ridiculous colors in one fluff ball, am I right? And don’t let the materials list on this one fool you, it’s not as intimidating as it might sound, especially when you can buy most of these steps pre-made if you’d like.

Materials:

DIY pom pom leather luggage tags

For the pom poms, you can make your own several different ways, or you can buy ones already made (like Etsy). To make these multi-colored ones, I wrapped several different colors of yarn around the pom pom maker, and used braided yarn to tie the poms off so that the string to tie them onto the keyring would have a bit more strength.

DIY pom pom and leather luggage tags

To make the leather tags, use a rotary cutter and straight edge to cut a 1×2.5 inch rectangle. Next, use an Xacto knife to cut a triangle from one edge to create a flag shape.

DIY pom pom and leather luggage tags

Once the flag is made, use the alphabet leather punch to stamp your name on the tag. To make the circle, choose the rotary setting thats the same size as your eyelets so that it fits snug.

DIY pom pom and leather luggage tags

To make the leather tag stronger, insert an eyelet with a bit of glue around it into the circle and set it with the eyelet tool.

Next, use the jump ring to attach the keyring and leather tag together with round nose pliers.

DIY pom pom & leather luggage tags

Lastly, make a set of double knots on the end of the yarn string and attach them to the keyring through the braid just beneath the knot, then twist the keyring onto your bag or luggage handle.

DIY pom pom & leather luggage tags

Now all you have to do is make a thousand more for all of your friends… or something like that. As for how well they hold up, I’m not quite sure yet! I’ll let you know on this one after my trip next week.

 

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