Pompom Noel: 33 Festive Pompoms to Make for Christmas by Alistair MacDonald will help you create decorations, gifts, accessories, and lots of fun this Christmas season. There are cute creations that are clearly for Christmas, and there are also creations that are winter themed or even year round appropriate, so this book will always be useful!
The book reviewed in this post was provided by Search Press. All opinions are my own.
Alistair starts out with a nice introduction that includes a little pompom history. I had no idea how old pompoms were! He also lets you know a bit about what to expect in his book.
Before the patterns start, you are taught 2 different ways to make the pompoms. There are instructions for the plastic pompom makers, and instructions for using homemade cardboard disks.
The patterns found in Pompom Noel are very unique. There are a some that are very easy with just a few steps, and there are those that are more intricate and will take more time to make. Many can be made by kids, some on their own, and some with a little help. No matter which ones you make, they are sure to bring joy.
Most of the pompom creations in Pompom Noel are pretty quick to make. This means they are perfect for the busy crafter, and also for the last-minute crafter. They are also reasonably small, so they make great gifts for people on your long distance list; they fit in smaller packages and don’t weigh much!
You can purchase your own copy of Pompom Noel from Amazon HERE.
You can also enter to win a copy below.
To enter the Pompom Noel Giveaway you must be at least 18 years of age and have a valid shipping address in North America. The giveaway ends at the end of day eastern time on December 3, 2018. Winner will be contacted by email and will have one week to reply with a valid shipping address or a new winner will be chosen. Void where prohibited.
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