Pom-pom Jewelry
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Pom-pom Jewelry

A fun and easy set of projects to complete with your child, perfect for their jewelry collection!

Designed by Celeste Crockett, courtesy of DCWV®.

Uses Recycled Items: No
 
 
 
 
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Material List

  • DCWV® Paper Stack – All Dolled Up
  • Bead Landing™ Pendant – Peace Sign with Black Gems
  • Bracelet wth Silver Beads
  • Creatology™ Pom Poms - Assorted Colors
  • Ribbon, 3/8" - Pink
  • Prima® Flowers - Assorted Colors
  • Beadign Wire, 26ga.
  • Monofilament String
  • Snap Barrettes
  • Jump Rings
  • Lobster Clasp
  • Craft Punch - 1 1/2" Circle
  • Scissors
  • Round Nose Pliers
  • Low Heat Glue Gun
  • Pencil
  • Glue Dots®
 

Project Instructions

Peace Necklace

Punch out a 1½" circle from the All Dolled Up® Stack. Adhere this to the back of your peace symbol charm with Glue Dots®. Add a gold-tone jump ring and thread onto your desired necklace.

Pom Pom Bracelet with Silver Beads

Cut off a 16" piece of monofilament string; tie an “o” ring to one end.

String on one pom pom, then one silver-tone bead, then one pom pom, etc. Repeat until you reach desired length. Tie a lobster clasp at the end and trim off any excess string.

Button Flower Bracelet

Cut off a 16" piece of monofilament string; tie an “o” ring to one end.

Begin stringing pom poms onto the string until you’ve reached the desired length. Attach a lobster claw at the end.

Attach a 3/8" jump ring to the back of each button and attach buttons to the center of the bracelet, being sure to space them out with one pom pom between the attachment points.

Flower and Pom Pom Bracelet

Cut off a 16" piece of monofilament string; tie an “o” ring to one end.

Begin stringing pom poms onto the string until you’ve reached the desired length. Attach a lobster claw at the end.

Choose three flowers; layer them together, using a small amount of glue between them to hold them in place. Set these aside. 

Take a small piece of wire and one seed bead and twist onto the wire. Add approximately four more beads. Twist the wire together behind the beads, leaving the ends free to use.

Attach the grouping of beads to the flowers by pushing them through the center of the flowers. Use wire to attach flowers to bracelet, wrapping them around the monofilament string. Cut off excess. Apply a small amount of hot glue to the ends and bend them back into pom poms if needed.

Flower Hair Clip

Choose two sets of three flowers. Layer them together to create two flowers, using a small amount of glue to hold flowers in place. Set aside.

Twist one seed bead onto a small piece of wire. Add approximately four more beads. Twist the wire together behind the beads, leaving the ends free to use. Repeat for other flower.

Push the ends of the beaded wire through the centers of the flowers. Attach the flowers to the clip by wrapping the wire around the clip, securing with a small amount of glue on top of the clip. Cut off excess.

Tips

Project is designed for children eight and up with adult supervision. Be sure to supervise use of sharp instruments and take over when needed.