Pom-Pom Beach Hat

Modeled by Monique from CurvesAndChaos.com
Modeled by Monique from CurvesAndChaos.com

Pom-poms on a strand? Sign me up! In addition to this tutorial, I’m sharing a bonus – my friend Monique from Curves and Chaos is going to share some beauty tips too!

My first plan for this giant beach hat was to cover the entire thing in tiny rows of colored pom-poms. But then I scored these black and white pom-pom strands and decided to keep it low key and just trim the edges.

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Supplies:

Pom-poms (I got mine from Darice, you can find them at any craft store)

NOTE: Pay attention to the size of the pom-poms in relation to the hat. I wished I had used smaller pom-poms, but I still like how it turned out!

Aleene’s Original Tacky Gle or better yet – the NEW Aleene’s Quick Dry Fabric Fusion!

A floppy beach hat – you can find these at Target, Walmart, anywhere!

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Apply the glue where you want to place the pom-poms.

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Set the pom-pom trim in place and use clothespins to hold them down while the glue dries.

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Now glue the underside! Let dry and you are ready to go!

Now let’s talk about Monique’s look! She is wearing Estée Lauder Pure Color Envy Lipstick in Vengeful Red, Tank is Old Navy, and sheer kimono is by Daniel Rainn.

For more fashion finds, visit Monique’s site at CurvesAndChaos.com!
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Modeled by Monique from CurvesAndChaos.com.
Modeled by Monique from CurvesAndChaos.com.
Love & light,


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