DIY Pom Pom Keychain

How to make a Pom Pom Keychain using a Clover Pom Maker.

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I have been seeing these Pom Pom Keychains trending everywhere lately! This is such an easy craft to do yourself. No need to buy one, make your own! I posted the tutorial Pom Poms Made Easy about how I made the pom poms with the Clover Pom Pom Maker. Plus a tip here on how to add multi-colors to your poms. So let’s get started, I’ll show you how!

DIY Pom Pom Keychain



make a pom pom keychain

I made my pom poms using the Clover Pom Pom Maker. See my previous Pom Poms Made Easy post for a very detailed tutorial on how to use the Clover Pom makers.

To add a pop of color to your poms, just start wrapping another color to your pom maker.

make multicolor pom pom

Just stop wrapping the color you are using and start with a new color of yarn. Cut the yarn, start with the new color and continue wrapping. Cut, tie and trim your pom. Super easy!

adding a jump ring to pom pom keychain

After you fluff and trim the pom, add the large gold jump ring to the center tie of the pom. Next, add the gold chain and close jump ring. Size the chain to the length you want. Cut the chain with the wire cutter part of your pliers. Bend open the end of the chain, add your clasp and bend it closed with the pliers. This pom is 3 3/8in.  And that’s it for the simple pom pom key chain.

Pom Pom Keychain bag charm tutorial

Multicolor Pink pom is 2 1/2 inches, Pink pom is 1 3/8in and Yellow pom is 1 5/8in.

To make the Pom Pom cluster key chain, just make several poms in different colors and sizes. Then hang them on three lengths of chains from the larger pom.

Make a Pom Pom keychain bag charm

Blue pom is 2 1/2in, Green pom is 1 3/8in and Tan pom is 1 5/8in.

I hope you liked this pom pom post! They are my new obsession! Check back for more pom projects!



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For a more in-depth look on how to use the Clover Pom maker see the post below!

Clover Pom Pom maker tutorial & size chart

Clover Pom Pom Maker Tutorial made easy

Clover Pom Pom Maker Tutorial



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How to make a cute large pom pom key chain to dress up your purse, keys or decor! Super cute trendy craft. Clear instructions of how to use the Clover Pom Pom maker.

12 thoughts on “DIY Pom Pom Keychain

  1. Hi. I would like to buy a Pom Pom maker set. Would you know where I can buy these sets? My granddaughter would like me to make her a Pom Pom rug. All the hand made methods really take far too long.
    Thank you Kindly in Advance.

    1. Hi Louisa,
      I have links in my supply list to the items I use to buy on Amazon. They are affiliate links. You can also get them at Michaels Craft Store if that’s easier for you.

  2. Pat Schwab says:

    Hi, Kim, I wanted to wish you a Happy New Year! The key chain is really cute. Pom poms make me smile. Pat S

    1. Thanks so much Pat & right back at ya! I am glad you liked my pom pom keychain. Thanks for stopping by.

  3. Thank you very much for joining in and making our Bowdabra Crafty Saturday Showcase, we will look forward to seeing your post next Saturday.

    Warm Regards,
    The Bowdabra Team

  4. These are adorable and so simple!! They would make perfect small gifts for a party or something. I can’t wait to try making my own.

    1. Your right! great for a birthday party gift bag! Thanks for stopping in and for the sweet words!

  5. I LOVE these, so cute and colourful. Haven’t tried making pom poms before but you’ve inspired me!

    Claire xo

    1. I’m so happy to inspire you! I love them too! Thank you for the sweet comment!

  6. There is nothing like a pom pom is there, so easy to make and so cute and fun. The bright colours you used for the 1st one are just my cup of tea!

    1. Thanks Julie! Glad you liked them and stopped by!

  7. Oh my goodness, you just gave me heart pangs… When I was younger (blame it on having a sister who was an 80’s child) I used to make pom poms all the time. I’d stick googly eyes on them and give them little feet… My room was covered in them! Seeing this craft, and how easy it is to do, brought back so many memories. I can’t wait to get to making them again! Thank you for sharing! – Jerusha

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