Pub: Search Press Ltd
Enter a wonderland of fluffy festive fun, filled with the magic of pompoms! Pompoms are easy to make, have oodles of charm and will appeal to young and old alike. 33 lovely projects to decorate your merry home, adorn your gifts and give as presents to loved ones on the special day. Starting with a simple know-how chapter on how to make your pompoms, filled with techniques and handy tips, you’ll get straight into making your designs and immerse yourself in holiday spirit right away. From robins and gingerbread folk to decorate your tree, through to wreaths and champagne markers that’ll warmly greet your guests, there’s something for everyone. Create these pompoms for a no-fuss Christmas that will spread surely festive cheer everywhere! Uses material from Alistair Macdonald’s Fabulous Pompoms and Pompom Christmas.
Pom Poms are one of those creations we learn as children. Even the name itself conjures up creative fun.
How fabulous then, as adults to use this simple craft and create wonderful decorations with which to decorate our homes for that special time of year.
33 projects in the colours of Christmas are showcased beautifully in this wonderful book.
Robins, Reindeer and of course Father Christmas are simply put together, using different sized Pom Poms.
There are other Pom Pom creations to make and enjoy, such as Table decorations, Tote bags and even a Teddy Bear, these can all be given as gifts for your friends and family to love and enjoy.
In full glossy colour this is an amazing book. Full instructions for each project, along with a list of things you will need are given, and the full sized templates makes this an easy and fun craft for the whole family to enjoy.
The Pom Poms needed range from 1′ to 4 1/2′. so are small enough to crate in an afternoon.
I love this book. It original, creative and so much fun.
This beautiful table decoration is both simple and stunning. It is bound to be a talking point among your dinner guests.
I adore these colourful napkins, They will be my first project and will adorn my Festive dinner table.
Alistair MacDonald studied fashion design at Central St Martins School of Art in London and set up his own womenswear label, House of Alistair, in 2008. Working from his own studio in Savile Row, he has become a highly respected and well-known fashion designer. Alistair’s love of Liberty fabric has fuelled his imagination to design and create a range of craft and textile products and gifts, available at http://www.houseofalistair.com. Stockists include Liberty and the V & A, and Alistair has distributors in Norway and Japan.
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