Hello there! I have been having loads of fun playing with Queen & Company’s pompoms. The poms are available in the super cool Birthday Bash kit as well as individual colors/sets (in cute bags) and as a kit refill. So many great options. : )
On my first card, I used multiple pompoms to create flowers in the shape of a heart on yellow Delightful Dots patterned paper. I found it helpful to layout the design first then snap a quick photo with my cell phone to use as a reference when adhering the poms.
To create the small green leaves, I trimmed just a tiny bit away from one side of a small green pom then pinched the ends before adhering.
To adhere each pom, I used medium and small Gloobers. Using the Gloobers, assembly was quick and easy with no mess. Once assembled, I added a die-cut sentiment then adhered the panel to my card base.
Supplies: PomPoms from Birthday Bash kit, Delightful Dots patterned paper, Gloobers, Handlettered Greetings (Simon Says Stamp)
Next, I created a Welcome Baby card, using pompoms as a sort of mobile. I first adhered a block of Flirty Florals pattered paper to a white card base. I then die-cut white card stock using the long side of an oval die. I die-cut a second piece of white card stock, again with the oval die, then slid the die down just a bit and die-cut again to create the arched border. I adhered a strip of foam tape behind the “canopy,” then adhered lengths of white string to the foam tape. I adhered the canopy to the top of the floral paper with the strings loosely hanging down.
I determined the length of each string then adhered Gloobers to hold the string ends in place. I trimmed away the excess string then adhered my poms.
To create the white “paneling” below the mobile, I firmly scored white card stock every ¼”, added a thin strip across the top and, lastly, adhered the die-cut sentiment.
Supplies: PomPoms from Birthday Bash kit, Flirty Florals patterned paper, Gloobers, Handlettered Greetings (Simon Says Stamp)
The Birthday Bash kit can be used for so much more than just birthdays! How else can you imagine using the pompoms?
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