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.
Happy Halloween crafting!