DIY Pom Pom Cake Toppers

It’s true.  I love making cake toppers!  Since baking cakes is not my specialty… it has become super important to make sure I can place something on top to make it look fabulous.  I’ve made bat cake toppers, a mini-cake bunting and now I am going to show you how to make your own pom pom cake toppers!

pom pom cake toppers

A little yarn and a few wooden dowel sticks is all it takes to create  this easy and super fun cake decoration!

Supplies needed to make your own pom pom cake toppers:


pom pom cake topper

Step One: Gather all of your supplies and begin making the pom poms.  The pom pom kit by Darice has three sizes of pom poms that you are able to make – I chose to make the medium sized ones.  Make six poms of the same size according to the directions on the package.  They do a fabulous job of instructing you know how to make them!

diy pom pom cake toppers

Step Two:  I ended up making three pink poms, two of the plum, and one of the orchids.  Make sure to trim away any stray strands of yarn.

pom pom cake topper

Step Three:  Now,  you will attach the pom poms to the wooden dowel rods.  I simply pushed the stick into the center of the pom pom.  You may want to trim the ends of your dowels to allow for differing heights.

pom poms

Step Four:  Insert your cake toppers into the cake and you are done!

pom pom cake toppers

Super cute and unbelievably easy!  Enjoy!

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Trish Flake

Hey y'all! I am Trish and the creative voice behind Uncommon Designs. I adore party planning, holiday celebrations, and all things crafty! I am so excited to share my creative adventures with you!

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  1. says

    My daughter and I have been thinking of ways to make some pompoms from paper, sticks, glue, tapes and sometimes crayons when she wanted multicored ones- it’s really messy and tiring for both of us. I could use this helpful tip! Thank you!


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