On my first card, I used multiple pompoms to create flowers in the shape of a heart on yellow Delightful Dotspatterned paper. I found it helpful to layout the design first then snap a quick photo with my cell phone to use as a reference when adhering the poms.
To create the small green leaves, I trimmed just a tiny bit away from one side of a small green pom then pinched the ends before adhering.
To adhere each pom, I used medium and small Gloobers. Using the Gloobers, assembly was quick and easy with no mess. Once assembled, I added a die-cut sentiment then adhered the panel to my card base.
Next, I created a Welcome Baby card, using pompoms as a sort of mobile. I first adhered a block of Flirty Floralspattered paper to a white card base. I then die-cut white card stock using the long side of an oval die. I die-cut a second piece of white card stock, again with the oval die, then slid the die down just a bit and die-cut again to create the arched border. I adhered a strip of foam tape behind the “canopy,” then adhered lengths of white string to the foam tape. I adhered the canopy to the top of the floral paper with the strings loosely hanging down.
I determined the length of each string then adhered Gloobers to hold the string ends in place. I trimmed away the excess string then adhered my poms.
To create the white “paneling” below the mobile, I firmly scored white card stock every ¼”, added a thin strip across the top and, lastly, adhered the die-cut sentiment.