Saturday, 5 October 2013

......Maybe it's a little bit early....

....but : do you fancy a fluffy POM POM Xmas Tree ????

This is not a proper tutorial, but I think you can figure out how to make it : am I right? ;oD

Have fun looking at the colourful pictures......!!!!!.......








a green trunk/vase

she loves yellow....I suppose!












this was used for the branches

cotton thread used to join the pompoms





a shooting star!






Please note : star pattern here
                     curlicue pattern here

xxxx Alessandra

Today link parties : Link your Stuff !  and Craft Schooling Sunday !

22 comments:

  1. Wow, very nice! Fresh X-mas-colors! :-)

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  2. It looks so soft and fluffy Ale.....love the colours and of course the star on the top....too cute...C Xx

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  3. Never too early for Christmas, but if you turn it upside dwn, it could be a colorful bunch of grapes. :) i'd love to touch it!

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  4. Oh I love it!
    Early. ?. Never to early for a good idea:-)

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  5. Fun! I'm going to be playing with pom poms for a project soon too!
    Kate :}

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  6. i have to do that tree- so!cute!, ale♥♥♥♥♥
    xxo, martina

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  7. So cute and fluffy!! Love those colours too...
    It's gonna be a bright Christmas!
    Love, Mirjam.

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  8. Great colours!!!

    Greetings from Ellebel

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  9. Aww. this is cute, well done!
    Your cat is such a cutie.
    Esther.

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  10. Hi Ale,


    This is the MOST beautiful craft object I have seen this week.

    I am so happy you shared it with us.

    I Always want to steal your ideas. You are so clever!

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  11. completely and totally adorable!!

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  12. Hey that's funny!! Super colors, I really like it, and it's very creative :-)). I have to admit I'm in Christmas mood already, too!! I have already bought some presents and am planning some handmade ones ;-). Maybe the season will become very stressless this year when we're already working on it now? :0)

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  13. I like your pom-pom tree and love the colours.

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  14. I love it.
    Thats so so sweet.

    hugs Conny

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  15. Gorgeous colours and a lovely project! Love all the photos, Ale!
    Helen x

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  16. That's adorable -- I'd love to make this sweet project with my kids... Thanks for sharing!

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  17. adorable, now could you figure out for me how to make a hanukkah menorah? hmmm, maybe a six pointed star could work though! thanks for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!

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  18. I just found your blog ~ I LOVE your creativity!!!!!! =) Your color choices and items are sooo fun!!! Thank you for sharing all of your fun items with us! Could I ask you a question? I am wondering what kind of yarn you use? It is so bright and beautiful! =) Kepp it up!!! ((((hugs!)))

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  19. @ The MadStamper : Thank you for all your lovely comments!!!!! It has been a pleasure to have you here visiting my blog!!! ;oD
    The yarn I use for my colourful projects is a thick acrylic from Indonesia, where I'm living right now !!!!
    Thank you, xxxxx ale

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