We are officially in Autumn season, my favourite one.
Yes,it might rain more here in England but to me is still beautiful and spoiled with warm colours.
These colours I wanted to bring into our home, in today's post the living room.
The branch full of vibrant pompoms I made it's something I believe everyone can do.
To make this happen you will need:
1.fallen tree branch
4.strong fishing line
I firstly have gone out to found a fallen branch.
I then removed all dry leaves and little twigs.
Next I decided to painted in colour of my wall as I wanted the branch to look "invisible" ;)
I had some wall paint leftovers.
While the painted black branch was drying I picked the yarn for the pompoms.Believe it or not I'm collecting yarn only for pompom making and other crafts...I can't knit...just yet ;)
These are the fall colours I choose.
Ela said "Blue in not an Autumn colour."
I wanted to mess the harmony up a little, beside I love that yarn with a little spark(Poundland)
Here's a reminder of how I make my pompoms using only fingers, two fingers for the a small one and three for a bigger one.
A single pompom will take approximately 5 minutes ;)
Multicoloured ones looking good too ;)
Here some of the first pompoms.
I made about 30 all together.
Just so you know it, I'm not that bothered about a messy look of my pompoms, I like them this way ;)
Next was to tread the pompoms on the long pieces of yarn using a large needle.
Hama beads were use for the end of the yarn to stop the last pompom from slipping down.
When I was done with nine pieces of pompom strings I hang the branch...
I stuck this type of hooks a while ago onto top of the shelf...
to be able to hang and change my displays in many ways:)
To hang my branch I use strong fishing line.
Then goes the yarn strings with pompoms.
Looking nice when the sun comes through a window.
As I mention before I wanted "invisible" branch effect so the pompoms stand out on my black wall.
If the wall be white, the branch would be white too ;)