Make a Pom Pom Rug
Edited by Doug Collins, Eng, Inukshuk
I would like to thank Rebecca Kelsey for the awesome video on how to DIY Shag Rug. I organized it into a wiki for anyone with a hearing impairment, or for those who just prefer to read the steps. Hope you enjoy it. :)
Hi everybody. Today I'm going to show you how to DIY a Pom Pom Rug which I saw on Pinterest, and I just had to try it.
The supplies you are going to need are a T-Shirt or a piece of fabric, and length and width will depend on how big you want your Rug.
You need also scissors, Pom Poms, and glue. Now I am cutting the shirt to size.
Put a drop of hot glue on the shirt. "I got the Pom Poms at the Store and I thinks I bought 6 to 8 packs, I needed a lot more than I thought I did. So make sure to buy an extra amount and keep the receipt so you can return whatever you don't use".
Then, immediately place the Pom Pom on it.
So, just continue all the way through your fabric. "You can also use the normal Elmer's glue rather the hot glue but it will take significantly longer time to dry, I prefer using hot glue for as many things as I can since it dries so quickly and it is easy to use".
"It felt bad to mess up the pattern because I ran out of certain colors". But still it looks pretty cute.
When you're done, cut off the excess of the shirt if there is any. "That's how I made it. It feels very comfortable but it doesn't feel as soft as I thought it would feel because you can feel the glue underneath, so it's not horribly soft but it's still not hard either".
This would be great for your kitchen or for your guest bathroom or for the kids room.
There are a lot of ideas for this.
So, thank you so much for watching I hope that you enjoyed it.
Make sure to check out more of my DIY videos because I have quite a few of them and I think you would love them. I will be seeing you very soon.
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