Friday, February 18, 2011

{Feature Friday} Pom Pom Bib Necklace by Little Miss Momma

When we saw this Necklace we knew we had to make it our Friday Feature!

We often find ourselves lost in any and all things Little Miss Momma creates but this is our all time Favorite LMM Creation!

Well it is Simple, Stylish, Chic, Fun, and Super Savvy.
So here it is straight from Little Miss Momma The Necklace (with tutorial) we couldn't get off our minds. Really we dreamt about making them


Tuesday, December 7, 2010
{ totally anthro-esk}
Do you remember my Pom Pom headband tutorial a while back?
It was kinda a big deal {hehe}.
So, after a craft fest with my girl Brittany, I was inspired to turn those Pom's into an anthropologie inspired necklace. Brittany used this similar process to create a Pom Pom brooch.

These are crazy easy to make!

Felt {approx 1 sq foot}
Cotton fabric in the color of your choice
Fabric scissors
Necklace chain, pearls, etc. {I ended up using a different chain than the one pictured}
Hot Glue gun

First, cut out 5 small 1-1.5 inch felt circles.

Now cut out bunches and bunches of fabric circles {same size as the felt circles}. I use the felt circles as a template for the fabric circles. And to save time, I stacked my fabric and cut out about 8 circles at a time. Don't worry if the circles aren't perfect--it won't make a bit of difference.

Now, we are ready to make the pom poms.

Take one of the fabric circles and scrunch it from the center.
Feel free to reference the Pom Pom headband tutorial if you need to.

Apply a drop of glue to the bottom of the scrunched fabric circle and place in the middle of the felt. Continue this process until you have covered the entire felt circle with scrunched fabric circles. Then repeat that process on the remaining felt circles until you have 5 mini pom poms.

Place pom pom's on top of the remaining felt in the arrangement you want your necklace.

Glue down each pom pom {except the top two}.

Here is the chain I ended up using. I bought it at Michael's.

Glue the ends of the chain onto the last two pom poms.

I glued the chain about an inch down the pom so that it's extra sturdy.

Then glue down your last two poms onto the felt.

Now trim the felt around the pom poms until you're left with only the necklace.

I think I will make one in every color.

Happy Crafting!
Don't you just love her???
Well we do.
And we are super excited to meet her next month at Bloogy Bootcamp in San Diego.
Amy & Bri


  1. WOW! FABU tutorial lovelies! I'm new to Little Miss Momma and can I just say... THANK YOU!!! lol
    LOVE! Sharing your post now!
    Genevieve =)

  2. This is such a cool project! Thanks for sharing the great tutorial! Am now thinking this would be a great favor for a bridal shower party...

  3. This is brilliant!!! I love it and I'm soo making me some!

  4. Love this idea. So cute!


  5. So glad you LOVE it ladies! We Love it too (obviously). If you make one please be sure to email us the pictures Hugs and Smiles~