DIY ANTHROPOLOGIE DIY POM POM NECKLACE : SIMPLE & EASY

Anthropologie is known for its unique and trendy accessories that can elevate any outfit. One of their popular items is the pom pom necklace, which adds a fun and playful touch to any look. However, purchasing this necklace can be expensive, so why not try making your own at home?

In this article, we will show you how to create your own Anthropologie-inspired pom pom necklace with just a few simple materials. Not only will you save money by making it yourself, but you will also have a one-of-a-kind piece that you can proudly wear. Let’s get started on this fun and creative DIY project!

This is a super easy DIY Anthropologie inspired necklace.  Who doesn’t love an Anthropologie necklace without the huge price tag?  Here is a picture of the inspiration piece.  Mine cost a total of $15.00.  It would’ve cost less had I had all of the yarn, but, my version is much more affordable anyways.

Anthro Version

ANTHROPOLOGIE DIY POM POM NECKLACE

Here’s What You Need:

  • Chain 
  • Clasp (I chose a toggle clasp.)
  • 2 Jump Rings
  • Needle Rose Pliers
  • Scissors
  • Fork
  • Thread
  • Needle
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Measure out the chain.  I measured mine to 16″.  However, if you want it a little bit longer then you can make it 17″ or even 18″ if you prefer.

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Open up the jump rings and attach them to the ends of the chain.  While you are doing this, put in your toggle and bar.

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Next, make all of your pompoms.  You will need to make a total of 5.  Pick out the colors that suit you the best.  I chose this monochromatic color combination because I knew it would be something I would wear.  Using a fork, wrap your yarn around about 60 to 70 times.  This will give you a nice full pom pom.

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Cut about a 5″ piece of yarn and slide it through the tongs of the fork and around.  Pull this as tight as you possibly can and tie a knot.

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With a good pair of scissors, I used my sewing scissors, you will want to trim all of the loops.  Shape your pom pom so it isn’t lopsided by trimming the ends of it.

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Next, take a needle and coordinating thread and sew the pom poms onto the chain.  I made sure that I sewed in through a couple of the chain links.  I went back and sewed into the next pomp pom as well.   This really worked to help support the pom poms on the chain.

It’s really that simple and takes very little time at all.  My girls are on a big pom pom making kick now that I made these.

I hope you enjoy making your own Anthropologie knock off necklace… and saving nearly $100.

Elevate your style with a unique DIY Pom Pom Necklace that adds a fun and vibrant touch to any outfit. Crafting your own accessories not only allows for personalization but also brings out your creativity. Whether you’re a crafting enthusiast or looking for a new project, this Pom Pom Necklace is a must-try. Share your experience with us in the comments below and inspire others to embark on their creative journey!

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you make a pom pom necklace?

After the needle has passed through the yarn, slip the pom pom down the necklace’s length until it comes to rest against the final charm or bead you strung. Pom poms can also be fastened to your necklace. Tie a knot with both of the long yarn tails around the necklace band.

What material do you use to make pom poms?

You’ll need eight to twelve sheets of tissue paper to construct one tissue paper pom-pom. Tissue paper comes in single colors as well as combinations that create a striking multicolored effect. After stacking the sheets, create 2-inch pleats by accordion-folding the entire stack. Take care not to tear the paper covering.

Can you make pom poms out of fabric?

You’ll need eight to twelve sheets of tissue paper to construct one tissue paper pom-pom. Tissue paper comes in single colors as well as combinations that create a striking multicolored effect. After stacking the sheets, create 2-inch pleats by accordion-folding the entire stack. Take care not to tear the paper covering.

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