My third tutorial is the easiest yet. That's right- it's even easier than painting plastic dinosaurs! I'm not even going to post any how-to pics; because all you have to do is thread a needle.
I've labelled this as a Christmas craft, but there's no reason that pompom bunting couldn't be used to brighten up any celebratory occasion (or just be left up all year round because it's pretty... *ahem*)
You will need:
Needle & thread in your choice of colour
Ready-made pompoms like these*.
All you have to do is thread the pompoms together, and then space them out in whatever distances you like. Don't cut the thread when you start sewing- just sew through all of the pompoms, unwinding the thread from the spool as you go, and then cut the end when you're happy with the length.
My top tip to stop this from getting tangled up is to wrap it round a postal tube/wrapping paper tube or a large piece of cardboard- and unravel it as you hang it up.
I think it's really sweet and cheering, and requires absolutely minimum effort. Always a winning combination in my book :)
*Alternatively, you could make your own woollen pompoms - Lindsay Marsh has recently written an incredibly helpful post contained several different pompom making techniques (including one with a fork- genius!)