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Pom Pom DIY Tutu Skirt- No Sew

Pom Pom DIY Tutu Skirt- No Sew 

How to make an 'INTERCHANGEABLE' Pom Poms DIY Layered Tutu Skirt that is 'no sew.'
Great idea for an Easter Egg Hunt skirt, fun right?! Then you later can change for which ever holiday + occasion making it totally amazing!
This DIY project is a cool spin on a traditional tutu skirt. It's a great idea for any special occasion or can even be used as a photo prop in your child's next portrait session. You can put this together easily with this 'no sew' method...great for busy families.

I love to dress my kids in cute outfits, especially my girls...but it can get pricey with matching multiples. That's where DIY comes in:) for me...you can still have darling outfits for the kids by making them yourself this DIY way. My favorite fabric and notions projects are the 'no sew' type; they are quick, easy, and more often than not, budget friendly.

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no sew pom poms tutu skirt diy tutorial
INTERCHANGEABLE Pom Poms
No Sew Layered Tutu Skirt  

Supplies:

   -layered style
   -turquoise
   -pink
   -light pink
   -lime green
   -coral
Scissors
Toilet paper cardboard roll 

Permanent Option:
  -Fabric Glue
  -E600 Glue
   or
  -glue gun

Source list at the end of post.

http://sweethaute.blogspot.com/2015/03/pom-pom-diy-tutu-skirt-no-sew.html

Step by Step Tutorial on how to make Pom Poms.
#MakeIt 

Step 1:

Gather supplies from list above.

Step 2:

Make your poms out of soft yarn {best} following graphic above. Regular yarn works fine. Soft yarn makes them EXTRA fluffy like the lime green pom, see the difference above.
     - wrap Regular Yarn around paper roll, 70 times for large poms.
     - wrap Soft Yarn around paper roll, 60 times for large poms.

Step 3:

Use a 'no sew' method to attach poms to the tutu skirt so that they're interchangeable. This can be achieved either by tying the Poms or for a permanent application, use a fabric glue such as E600 adhesive.

how to make diy pom pom skirt tutorial
Easy as 1, 2, 3!

Remember:
I made this skirt extra functional, you can attach the interchangeable Poms by tying with the excess yarn ties or attach a felt backing to poms and use safety pins. You can make any colors to coordinate outfits throughout the year!


Now you've seen my #MakeIt project, now please visit some of the other wonderful bloggers in this challenge and check out their beautiful Easter projects!
#MakeIt Easter Collage
1. Easter Mantle w DIY Burlap Banner | 2. Easter Basket for Kids | 3. Speckled Easter Eggs | 4. He is Risen Printable | 5. Moss Covered Easter Basket | 6. Easter Kids Table Ideas | 7. Easter Egg Hunt Sign | 8. Fabulous Carrot Cake | 9. Easter Egg Hunt Pom Pom Skirt | 10. Easter Napkins

Source List:

     - option
     - option
Ruffle Shirt- Target
Knit Tights- Walmart
    - option
    - option
Basket- Michael's
Crinkle Cut Paper- Dollar Store
Purple Backpack- Gift (Michael's?)
   - option
   - option

easy idea how to make diy pom pom tutu skirt no sew
 You can make this type of skirt for any theme or occasion, just change up the colors.
So much fun and unique!!!

 Please leave a comment below and ask any questions if needed.
Have a great day:)

~Be Sweet
Christina
Sweetest Haute 

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    1. Thank you she LOVE LOVES it and she was happy to model it for me 'early' for the pictures.

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  2. Such an adorable skirt! My daughter would love this!

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    1. Really? I didn't know you had a daughter!! Girls are so much fun to dress...since my son is older now, I could only get away with dressing him super adorably cute when he was younger:)

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  3. Christina, we both had pom poms on the brain!! This tutu is adorable...and your little model is too precious! What a clever idea to attach the pom poms to the skirt...it's so cute, I want one, lol!!

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    1. LOL when I think of Spring I think of poms!

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  4. Interchangeable poms poms is a fabulous idea for keeping the fun in the tutu! Great for when the girls suddenly grow on you too, because then you just need a new skirt and the poms poms are good to go.

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    1. Right?! My children grow too fast and then stop once they hit first grade. My youngest is already wearing big sis' clothes that are 2 yrs older than her LOL:)

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  5. Such a cute skirt. Love the 'no sew' aspect. Now I just need a daughter :)

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    1. awww thanks, I love 'no sew' and anything that is interchangeable to go with the season!

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  6. She is so cute. And that tutu skirt looks so cute on her. She looks so happy. Gotta love that!

    Jessica | notjessfashion.com

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    1. Thanks, she cannot wait to wear it for the Easter Egg Hunt here coming up! But she can use it anytime as 'dress up' clothes as well!

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  7. I'm loving this! You always bring such amazing things to our party. Pinned and tweeted. I hope to see you tonight at 7 at our party. I can't wait! Lou Lou Girls

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    1. Thank you for the invite, thanks for visiting!

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