Pom Pom Bib Necklace Tutorial

Pom Pom Bib Necklace Tutorial
{totally anthro-esk}
Do you remember my Pom Pom headband tutorial a while back?
 I was inspired to turn those Pom’s into an anthropologie inspired necklace. 

How to make a bib necklace
Pom Pom bib necklace
These are crazy easy to make!
DIY bib necklace supplies
Pom Pom Bib Necklace Supplies:
Felt {approx 1 sq foot}
Cotton fabric in the color of your choice
Fabric scissors
Necklace chain, pearls, etc. {I ended up using a different chain than the one pictured}
Hot Glue gun 
Felt circles
First, cut out 5 small 1-1.5 inch felt circles.
Fabric circles
Now cut out bunches and bunches of fabric circles {same size as the felt circles}.  I use the felt circles as a template for the fabric circles.  And to save time, I stacked my fabric and cut out about 8 circles at a time.  Don’t worry if the circles aren’t perfect–it won’t make a bit of difference.
Fabric circle
Now, we are ready to make the pom poms.
Take one of the fabric circles and scrunch it from the center.
Feel free to reference the Pom Pom headband tutorial if you need to.
Scrunched fabric circle
Apply a drop of glue to the bottom of the scrunched fabric circle and place in the middle of the felt.  Continue this process until you have covered the entire felt circle with scrunched fabric circles.  Then repeat that process on the remaining felt circles until you have 5 mini pom poms.
Scrunched fabric circle
Fabric pom poms
Place pom pom’s on top of the remaining felt in the arrangement you want your necklace.
Fabric pom pom necklace
Glue down each pom pom {except the top two}.
Glue pom poms
Glue pom poms
Here is the chain I ended up using.  I bought it at Michael’s.
White necklace chain
Glue the ends of the chain onto the last two pom poms.
I glued the chain about an inch down the pom so that it’s extra sturdy.
Glue chain
Then glue down your last two poms onto the felt. 
Glue to felt
Now trim the felt around the pom poms until you’re left with only the necklace. 
Cut out neclace
I think I will make one in every color.
How to make a pom pom bib necklace
Anthropologie style bib necklace
Pom Pom bib necklace tutorial
Pom Pom bib necklace
Pom Pom bib necklace
Happy Crafting!
*I will be linking this project up to these fab link parties*
Ashley Stock
I'm Ashley. Sometimes I craft, occasionally I cook, everyday I write, and I'm always Momma. This is my blog. I keep it real while still seeing the rainbows and butterflies in all of life's lessons.
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  1. Lexie Loo & Dylan Too says:

    That is really cute!!!

  2. Lexie Loo & Dylan Too says:

    That is really cute!!!

  3. Mejia Mamma says:

    I finally made a few…here they are!! I should take a pic with one on, I love the yellow one!


  4. Hi Ashley,

    Just thought I'd let you know that I saw the tutorial you did for Jen @ Tatertots and Jello linked on another site – http://www.tipjunkie.com/anthropologie/


  5. Emily @ Merrypad says:

    Love. That's all. Everyone else has said it all. I'll link back to you when I do this myself!!

  6. april's craft nest says:

    okay so i made it! horrah! love it. i made it for my brother's new girlfriend for Christmas. i hope she likes it. my post is going up tomorrow if you want to see my version! love your blog! i recently found it and now you are on my reader! aprilscraftnest.blogspot.com

  7. amycornwell says:

    I just made this – thank you SOOO much for the idea. It's super cute. Love your blog!

  8. Single PAP says:

    so cute!!!

  9. syllatham says:

    Love this and just made me one tonight, just got to get a chain for it. Super easy and so Cute!!! Thanks for posting this. Love it!!!

  10. I hopped on over here from Green Submarine…love the necklace! great tutorial 🙂 And I literally bought about 10 fabric remnants from Joanne's last week! I'm excited to try this out!

  11. Ashley, this is a great necklace; and so easy to make! Thank you for sharing!

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  13. I made one of these on Sunday! Take a look. It turned out so good and I just love it! Thanks for the inspiration!

  14. some friends of mine had a creft night last night and I made the necklace! they opted for making the headbands which i have previously made too! thanks for the tutorials!


  15. OMGosh!!!! You ROCK!!! Thank you so much!! I'm definitely going to make some of these for myself, sister, daughter, and niece! I will blog about it when I do and send you the link!

  16. I love this link…i blogged about it too


  17. Craft Couture says:

    I love this! So Cute! I loved it so much I made one or a few lol… I posted it on my blog

  18. MEL [V] DESIGNS says:

    I am so making this in every color for every outfit! Thank you so much for this awesome tutorial <3

  19. I am so in love with this!!! I'm featuring it on my blog sometime soon just so I can always remember it. 🙂 Thank you so much for sharing this awesome tutorial. ps – I totally love your shirt!!

  20. I'm new to your blog & I love this idea! So much so that I made one already. I posted it on my blog & linked back to you. Thanks!

  21. Miss K @ kraftingwithk says:

    I'm new to blogging and blogging about my crafts. I made one of these and have got SO MANY compliments. I posted pictures on my blog and linked back to you.

  22. our entire blog team just made these! absolutely love em'!


  23. I used your tutorial and tweaked it a bit to make a silk clip! Check it out on my blog! 🙂


  24. thecraftyscientist.com says:

    I LOOOOOVE this project and definitely want to try it out myself soon! I saw your project featured on Along for the Ride and had to comment and tell you how much I want to make it (and how envious I am of how crisp and clean your pictures of everything are)!

  25. Love this!! Thanks from a fellow not-so-DIYer

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  27. love, love, love this! I can't wait to make one.

    Would love you to check out my blog if you have a sec – I post a weekly "Sunday Crafts" DIY – most recently, a how to on making a jcrew inspired pearl & chain bracelet.


  28. I have a striped shirt very similar to yours in the picture, and fell in love with the necklace. So I made mine tonight and I LOVE it! I can't wait to wear it. Thank you!

  29. CherishedBliss says:

    Very cute!!! Can't wait to try it.


  30. Hi Ashley! I'm very new to your blog, but my Mom sent me this tutorial. I'm going to try the necklace this weekend!

    I actually have a blog of my own and shared a photo and your site today. I don't think I've gotten such a huge response so quickly before! Right now 49 people have either liked or reblogged it. I thought I'd share with you what a hit you've been over on Tumblr.


  31. Object of Maya*ffection says:

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE! I am SO doing this! Like right now! Thanks for the FAB idea!

  32. A friend and I had a fabulous day together creating a pom pom necklace as you have so graciously given tutorial for doing so! Thank you for sharing and inspiring!

    Our next crafting day will be the yarn wreath you give instruction for doing.

  33. made this today for my sisters birthday! turned out super cute, thanks for the tutorial!

    see it here:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/5404964977/

  34. Totally love this and am going to try it since it can be made sans sewing maching:) I'm also going to try it with headbands for my daughter and our soon-to-be daughter we're adopting from Eastern Europe. Thanks for sharing and love your craftiness!!

  35. jasmine bailey-barfuss says:


  36. Thanks for the tutorial! I made one of these yesterday and it came out great! I plan on making more. I do hope you post some more tutorials soon!

  37. thanks for sharing, i showed this to my YW group and we are planning this as an activity.

    i also linked back to your tutorial…i've really enjoyed your blog and appreciate it!

  38. Lauren @ YoungNester says:

    I absolutely love this! Great, simple tutorial!

  39. MelissaOklahoma says:

    I MUST make this! Sooo cute!

  40. The Drama Mama says:

    Oh my word, I LOVE this…I just found your blog and I am in seriously ♥!! Thanks for sharing!

  41. CelebratingWhimsy says:

    Thanks for sharing! I love my new necklace. Check it out at http://celebratingwhimsy.blogspot.com/2011/02/pom-pom-bib-necklace.html

    I only used three pom-poms because mine were so big that it would have been gigantic with five! Looks great with three though.

  42. Heather @ Sweet Sins 2 Share says:

    I love this! I can't believe not only are you gorgeous but you are so creative!! LOVE IT! I have to make one of these… I'd love to know where that heart ring you wear is from and what is engraved on it because it looks amazing!

  43. Sweet Craft Cakes says:

    Wow, fabulous!!! I can't wait to make one!!! Thanks for sharing..

  44. Cute necklace! I would like to know where you bought the adorable striped shirt you are wearing with it!

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  46. Love this just made one. Thanks . Keep blogging

  47. Erin*Sparkle&Hay says:

    this is AHmazing – a must try for me! thank you so much!!!1 (ps you have a fantastic blog!!)

  48. Erin*Sparkle&Hay says:

    this is AHmazing – a must try for me! thank you so much!!!1 (ps you have a fantastic blog!!)

  49. Theresa says:

    I just started following you last week and wow- LOVE your tutorials. I can't wait to try this!

    <3 T

  50. I LOVED this necklace tutorial and just made my own! I think I'm going to have to make one in every color now! 🙂 I just posted it on my blog


    I made sure to link back to ya!

  51. jeNalee says:

    The necklaces are so cute!! Love them:) Me and my cousin made them this Friday, and the pictures are here: http://jenachindgren.blogspot.com/2011/03/craft-night.html

  52. Andrea @ http://strawberry-chic.blogspot.com/ says:

    So cute! and I love your site!

  53. Anonymous says:

    i just love love these necklaces!!!!!!
    Thank you oh so very much!
    Fantastic yet so simple.

  54. I wanted to try to create the pom pom necklace that you made available to the turorial.
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  55. I wanted to try to create the pom pom necklace that you made available to the turorial.
    thanks a lot.
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    (from Italy)

  56. Kristen Duke Photography says:

    LOVE this! Thanks for the picture step by step;)

  57. You inspired me to make a couple of my own. I did them quite a while ago, but just now got around to posting them– with a link back to you of course for the tutorial credit. Thanks for such great ideas!


  58. Anonymous says:

    love the necklace…what camera are you using and would you recommend it? thanks*hattie [email protected]

  59. Theresa @ Just Call Me "T" says:

    Ok, so I made one this week and LOVE it!!! Then I got carried away- cannot stop making pom-pom bling! haha Linked you in my latest post, b/c of your tutorial. 🙂



  60. aaron and allee says:

    Oh, I love this! I can't believe that I have never seen your blog before (and now I don't know where I found the link), but I have a bunch of your posts opened in different tabs to catch up. =) And P.S., you have the most beautiful teeth I have ever seen!

  61. I just made this last night and I love it! It was so easy, although mine doesn't look as good as yours. Guess I will have to make another! 🙂

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  63. Lindsey says:

    I love this necklace! My friends and I get together randomly and have sleepover craft nights. This is definitely going to be our next craft! Thank you! Love your blog!

  64. Thanks for such a great tutorial! I LOVED it!
    Made my own, and wanted to link up to yours! http://pbjstories.blogspot.com/2011/05/my-pom-pom-necklace.html

    Gave credit due to you too of course in the post!

    You're amazing 🙂

  65. GREAT JOB!! I will be making one of these for sure!! Love your site! Kristy from http://www.apronsandapples.blogspot.com a crafty, diy, healthy blog. Let me know if you want to do a guest post. I am a new follower.

  66. Anonymous says:

    I totally love this pom pom bib necklace.Is there a way that you could put a print button on your site so we could print the instructions?Thank you so much.

  67. Pratya Aprilana says:

    Very inspirational tutorial !!
    I've made my own, but in sewn version..please check out :))

  68. I absolutely love this!!! So Cute!!! 🙂

  69. lovecme says:

    I love these necklaces! Made mine using denim and turned out cute! Can't wait to make these for some of my friend's bdays & Christmas!!

  70. Tahoe Unveiled says:

    LOVE! Absolutely, unbelievably gorgeous! I'm including this in my inspiration board for bridesmaid accessories. Thanks for the inspiration!

  71. Anna Gray says:

    Aaagh! Wonderful tutorial.I will DEFINITELY be making a couple of these! They would be *perfect* for me to give to my friends as birthday presents too. I. Love. This. Site.

    You are awesome; just saying! ^_^

  72. Kirsten @ Mushki Loves says:

    I LOVE this! I am so excited to make one! THANK YOU for this great tutorial! I would love it if you stopped by my blog and if you liked what you see…become my newest follower! Have a great 4th!

  73. I love all of your tutorials!! This one and your wooden sign one are my favorites! I can't wait to try them out!

  74. Love your blog like crazy, youre such an inspiration to fellow crafters! I made this piece using your tutorial, my husband loves it!

  75. casey at loft and cottage says:

    So inspiring and adorable!!

  76. norcalval says:

    SUCH a cute Blog :O) Just found it and totally LOVE it!

  77. norcalval says:

    OK SOOOOOOO fun!! I just made this necklace last night and LOVE it! Can't wait to wear it today! :O) Thanks for the easy pics to follow!

  78. Painting Bee says:

    Made this today…too cute!! Thank you!

  79. Great ideaa,I'll try to make it :)))

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  85. I had my eye on this for awhile and finally did it today–JUST completed it as a birthday gift for my best friend! My mom absolutely adored it, and I’ll definitely be making one for me as when I tried it on I LOVED IT! {So did my mom!}

    My first craft–yay!

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  91. I feel like you are getting a lot of spam in your comments lol.

    ANYWAYS, I am back. Posted just a bit ago about making this and loving it. So much so that when I was approached with thinking of an event for a kids group I am a part of at my church, I suggested a crafting event and when I showed the director your pictures, she LOVED it.

    Only problem is this is an event where we will have a variety of ages and we worry about the glue guns for the younger ones. I am looking into an alternative craft, but do you think this project would work with regular glue or another type of glue? Do you have any crafts for children along these lines?

    Thank you SO much if you have any ideas!

  92. LOVE this necklace – thank you for the tutorial! I made it as part of my Pinterest Project – I needed something to show my team spirit for my boys’ football teams! http://fabulouslydomesticbyambrosia.blogspot.com/2011/09/pinterest-project-day-16-pom-pom-bib.html

  93. Love love! Quick question… Where did you get the precious striped shirt?

  94. Stephanie says:

    I love this!!! So cute! Where did you get the striped shirt that you have on in the picture – I love it!!

  95. Cute Necklace! Where did you get your top?

  96. I tried making one flower tonight thinking it was going to be difficult but super easy. Thanks for sharing willl be making the necklace soon.

  97. I gotta do this! FYI: I pinned your tutorial too!

  98. I know this tutorial is over 18 months old… it just goes to show a good thing never goes out of style… I LOVE this necklace and this tutorial… I made it myself last night in pinks and it came out awesome… I’m gonna blog about it tomorrow.. GREAT GREAT tutorial…. awesome craft… just love it…. Thanks so much!


  99. I know this post was over a year ago, but I recently came across it on Pinterest and made two this weekend. See my blog for the finished product:


  100. I love this. I am going to make one for everyone! It looks so good with the striped shirt you have on!!! Oh the color possiblities!! Thanks

  101. Great idea!!! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  102. Nice necklace, got attracted by the idea, didn´t know how many things you can do with a glue gun.

  103. I love love love this 😀 I have featured you on my blog this week: http://emilysummers-designer.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/diy-saturday-jewellery-edition.html

    Thanks for sharing your fab idea!

  104. this is beautiful,i love it.i wuld definately try it out.

  105. Kristin says:

    Found it, loved it, made it! 🙂 Thanks for the inspiration!!

  106. Natalie says:

    Thanks for the tutorial! I made the pom poms, I just need to find a chain now. Did you just find a chain long enough so you wouldn’t need a clasp? Thanks again! I’m probably going to make more of these for Christmas gifts this year 🙂

  107. Melanie says:
  108. This is so cute! What a great idea! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  109. Such a beautiful tutorial – found this on one of my midnight Pinterest hunts. Just made the flowers for one and will need to conquer the horrible Australian heat tomorrow to take a trip to the craft store to get some chains 🙂 thanks so much for this!

  110. I loved this so much that I had to try it for myself! Just made one earlier today (link below) and I love it! Thanks so much for sharing the great instructions and photos. 🙂


  111. This is totally awesome, I’m rushing off now to give it a try. Love it soooo much.
    thanks for sharing.

  112. I used some leftover fabric from my yellow shower curtain to make these and I love it…but I ran into a snag with the poms not laying flat. (They are sort of a “U” shape on my chest). 🙂 Is there a trick to arranging them on the felt that I’m missing?

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  116. Very cute! How much fabric do you need? Also, have you ever made one where the fabric is not the same color on both sides? If so, did it turn out cute?

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