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  1. Jolene
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    Oh my god these are the cutest! I shared your DIY wreath on my mom Facebook group the other day, I got a ton of likes 🙂

  2. Cute Pom Pom Ornament Ornament
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  3. Tara
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    Super cute! I love the ball, even though it took so long to make! It’s so funny how what seems like the easiest craft can end up taking forever!

  4. fynesdesigns
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    SUPER CUTE A! My kiddos are going to love these!

  5. Jennifer @ Brave New Home
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    I love the pom pom balls! They’re so playful and colorful they could easily be displayed all year long. My four-year-old just picked up the phrase “this is boring” and pretty much every holiday craft I try to make with him is, you guessed it, boring.

  6. Sara
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    where do you buy the balls? I have been looking for them but they are so expensive 🙁

  7. dcmonique
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    A link for the online pompom dealers would be most helpful.

  8. San (@AskSanAnything)
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    LOL. Loved this, despite your warnings. Though, I would probably go with the wreaths. 😉 Thanks for sharing this totes adorbs ornament idea(s). 🙂

  9. MJ
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    LOL your post made me laugh 🙂 I think I might actually give this a try one day… I too have a bag of pompoms waiting to be used… but let’s find a day where I feel I’m super patient 😉 Thanx for sharing!

  10. Linda Mudie
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