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  1. Julie

    December 9, 2011

    What happened to them? Did the felt balls fall apart? That would be too bad because they look so cute!

      • jordan
      • December 9, 2011

      I didn’t bring them to France with me. I miss it!

  2. Jen

    December 9, 2011

    I made one, inspired by your post last year! I ordered the “poppy mix” colors and have gotten so many compliments on my tree!

  3. Susan

    December 9, 2011

    Can I just say that this garland makes me “Oh so happy” What a fun project and your blog is just a joy to read!


  4. Misha

    December 9, 2011

    Ahk!! So cute! I have a bunch of little fuzzy balls like that, (not felt so they lose a bit of the chic quality) but I will make sure we are stringing them up on our tree. Gosh, how did I not think of that before?
    I was wondering what I was going to do with them all! hahah.

  5. Molly @thewaffler

    December 9, 2011

    So pretty!

  6. debbie

    December 9, 2011

    this is adorable!

  7. jessica

    December 9, 2011

    this is so cute! i have to ask, though, how long did it take? i just made two 20 foot garlands where we strung paper circles on twine, and it looked adorable but it took forever!!! it was for a trade show, but i love this felt one for my tree! i just have to know if i can budget enough time…

    fantastic post…so pretty!

    son of a sailor

      • jordan
      • December 9, 2011

      I think I did it in one evening. It didn’t take too much time.

  8. Miriam

    December 9, 2011

    I made one of these with the different size cream colored felt balls after looking at your post from last year! It took about 2 hours to make one long enough for a 5′ tree but it was less than $50 and totally beautiful! Thanks for the idea!!!

  9. Lexy @ The Proper Pinwheel

    December 9, 2011

    Oh my! These are too adorable! I’ve been trying to make my own, but the professionals do it so much better! Did you use the Poppy or the Retro mix? I’m kind of digging the Flora..

  10. Enila

    December 9, 2011

    Oh it’s so lovely! J’adore 🙂

  11. Andrea

    December 9, 2011

    I made a couple of these also–it was the first item on my DIY holiday decorations list. They look beautiful on the tree and strung from my mantel–seems to jive well with our vintage furnishings. Thanks a million, Jordan!

  12. Jennifer

    December 9, 2011

    Those little balls actually remind me of a little DIY for how to make felt billy balls! I bet you could do the same thing for these too! Neat!

  13. chandra ~ oh lovely day

    December 9, 2011

    I wanted to do this DIY from your post previously, but I caved and bought the felt ball garland from West Elm. I like the homemade kind better 🙂

  14. Kristina Gulino

    December 11, 2011

    Totally love this!! Adorable!

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  15. Justine

    December 12, 2011

    Are these the same felt balls I’ve noticed you wearing in your hair? I loved the look and was always curious how you did it? Would love to know…

      • jordan
      • December 12, 2011

      You are probably thinking of the yarn pom poms I wear in my hair sometimes. I bought it at a store with goods from Peru. It might be a bracelet but I always wear it in my hair.

  16. RH

    December 16, 2011

    This project reminds me of this fun rug made out of pompoms.

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