The pom garland DIY project in our Prairie Hive Mag: Issue One turned out so stinkin’ cute that it made me a little pom-obsessed, and inspired me to look elsewhere for different applications for poms.
This Pom Pom Throw looks so cozy… but maybe I’ll save the cuddling for a day when it isn’t 93-degrees, like it is supposed to be here in Tulsa today.
image via West Elm
A Pom Pom Rug would be quite cheerful and soft on the feet in a living room or kids room.
image via World Market
An abstract image of a pom adds flare to this pretty Pom Flower Shift that would be great for a Sunday brunch or garden party!
image via Anthropologie
Who couldn’t help but smile while wearing this Hello Sunshine Pom Necklace??
image via Digable Artist by rmoratti on Etsy
How cute is this jersey fabric pom headband (made in the same way our yarn poms were)?!
image via ISLY|I Still Love You
I adore these pom hydrangeas that Jacinda over at Prudent Baby made for her daughter’s 3rd birthday party. They are so snazzy, they could stay out well past the other party decorations were packed away!
image via PrudentBaby.com
If you ever need a quick and easy gift topper, try this environmentally friendly (and thrifty!) grocery bag pom. This one is made out of a Target bag, and I think it’s awesome!
image via www.curbly.com