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Popsicle Stick Pom Pom Christmas Tree Ornament

Today’s popsicle stick pom pom ornament craft is perfect for younger kids. It’s simple and fun to make and would be a great homemade gift for children to give to friends or family members.

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Supplies needed to make a popsicle stick pom pom ornament:

christmas tree pom pom supplies

The first step is to glue three popsicle sticks into a triangle. I used hot glue because I have no patience! But you could definitely use elmer’s glue or another type of craft glue that is safer for younger kids to work with.

Once the glue is completely dry, paint the triangle green.

painted triangle
green triangle

Cut and tie a piece or ribbon, string or twine. Glue the knotted portion of the string to the top of the triangle.

triangle christmas tree ornament

Now you can glue on mini pom poms to create the Christmas tree lights.

christmas tree ornament final

Take a wooden star and paint it yellow. Once the star is completely dry you can glue it to the top of the tree to cover up the knot in the string.

triangle tree in tree

And now you have a simple and cute popsicle stick pom pom ornament that will be a great addition to your Christmas tree this year!

Check out some other pom pom Christmas tree ornaments here:

Manda B.

Tuesday 12th of November 2019

Love making homemade ornaments with my kids...this one is so cute!


Tuesday 29th of October 2019

My kids made this for me when they were little in school.

shelly peterson

Sunday 27th of October 2019

This is really cute. My grandsons love crafts.

Angela Duku

Saturday 26th of October 2019

Cute craft


Saturday 26th of October 2019

Thank you!


Friday 25th of October 2019

What a cute craft!


Saturday 26th of October 2019

Thank you!

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