Pom Poms are so much fun to make. You can use them for so many super cute projects. They look equally gorgeous in neutrals as they do in brighter colors or pastels. They feel so comfy underfoot too!
We were excited when we discovered these ideas and we have found lots of inspiration for your next project. We have also included a video that shows you how. Scroll our page so you don’t miss any of the great ideas.
Pom Pom Rug Video Tutorial
We have found a great video tutorial from Babble that steps you through the process of making your own Pom Pom Rug at home.
You will be thrilled to discover just how easy it is and we know you are going to love the results. To view click Play above ^
Pom Pom Rugs – What You Need
- Wool yarn of various sizes, textures, colors of your choosing
- Two toilet paper rolls
- Non stick rug mat
We love this Ombre Pom Pom Rug from Brit & Co. It shows you the effects that can be achieved by using various depths of color.
You select a palette of similar tones and go from light to dark or vice versa. The results are truly gorgeous.
You can use a bunch of different colors for this very pretty effect and don’t you want to just dig your toes into the depths of the mat!
As you can see from the photos above from Say Yes this is ideal for a nursery and you can even make them in varying sizes. You can also play around with shapes and create things like teddies or sheep mats for example. Get creative, anything goes!
Here’s another very colorful Pom Pom Rug and we love the circular shape. This is so much fun and is certainly eye catching. We found this great idea on Live Colorful.
We love, love, love this adorable Teddy Bear Pom Pom Rug and we’re sure that you won’t be able to whip this one up.
We found this great idea on Postila
As mentioned earlier in our post, you can get very creative with your shapes and we found this fabulous Sheep Pom Pom Rug and we couldn’t resist sharing with you.
If you would prefer to purchase a Pom Pom Rug rather than make one, there is a great selection available on Etsy.
The ones featured above were found on Pom Pom Love. See here