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I’ve been working on updating Matilda’s room to transition from a nursery to a little girl’s room. It’s sometimes hard to believe that our fourth and final daughter is three, but she’s a proper toddler now and if I’m honest, I’m embracing the opportunity to redecorate her room a bit. It’s full of pinks and blues and fun elements. Matilda’s name is so special to us and I really wanted to display it in a way that fit her new room. Pom poms from Expo International helped me create a super fun pom pom and felt name banner for her room that brings a smile to my face every time I walk inside.
- Bonita Pom Pom Trim in white and bright pink
- Baby Pom Pom Trim in light blue
- Kunin felt in pink and blue
- canvas banner
- Beacon felt glue
- Fiskars scissors
- Sizzix Big Shot Plus
- Laura Kelly Designs heart die
- Laura Kelly Designs alphabet die
- dowel rod
I cut out Matilda’s name in the blue felt with the alphabet die on my Big Shot Plus and the heart in the pink felt.
When I had the felt pieces placed where I wanted, I glued them down and started adding in the pom pom trim.
I am really happy with how Matilda’s pom pom and felt name banner turned out. It’s such a happy piece and was so easy to make. If you want to make it a bit more elaborate, you can stitch the felt and pom poms onto the banner instead of gluing the pieces. Either way, the banner is a really fun addition to any room. I’m planning on making ones for the other girls very soon!