Kellie from Make and Play DIY took my himmeli pomtass workshop at Craftcation 2019 and was inspired to create a Halloween themed kit for her subscribers. She asked me to help with the project, so I got my nails done and started filming!
I had recently purchased a camera holder so I was excited for this opportunity to film a DIY. Kellie sent over lots of materials for me to play and experiment with before finalizing the project details: yarn, straws, felt, markers, a sewing kit, …
I created two himmeli pomtass project variations. Here’s the first: Howl at the Moon.
For this project I used yarn, a pom pom and tassel maker, paper scissors, fabric scissors, embroidery floss, a craft needle, a sewing needle, a tray, a ruler, four paper straws, and four wolf die cuts.
My second variation: Caged Bird.
For this project I used yarn, a pom pom and tassel maker, paper scissors, fabric scissors, embroidery floss, a craft needle, a sewing needle, a tray, a ruler, twelve paper straws, and one bird die cut.
More play! I created a few extra goodies with the items Kellie sent me.
After all the filming, the Make and Play DIY team turned them into instructional videos. Look Ma, it’s my hands! 🙂 You can follow along and create your own combinations of himmeli ornaments.
The final kits are available on the Make and Play DIY website. Shop the himmeli mobile kit and the pom pom and tassels kit.
Happy Halloween crafting!