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pompom

, pompon
a. the small globelike flower head of certain cultivated varieties of dahlia and chrysanthemum
b. (as modifier): pompom dahlia
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2 Add blobs of glue to the 'string' where the pompom 'bulbs' will be placed, then stick the brightly coloured pompoms to the paper and hold in place until they're secure.
After making pompoms, place pompoms around wreath, varying sizes and incorporating fur pompoms, as well.
Use the coordinating embroidery floss to tightly tie the pompom around its center, and then remove it from the pompom maker.
The velocity profiles in a center region for the POMPOM and generalized Newtonian models were flat, whereas those near the walls decreased steeply.
Army Corps of Engineers used the pompom method to look for evidence of tar balls that may have sunk to the sediments after the M/V Cosco Busan spill.
MATERIALS * Blanket (a simple fleece one is easiest--and least expensive) * Pins * Woolen yarn * Plastic yarn needle * Pompoms (buy at a craft store or make your own--find directions at girlslife.
Create a crafty pet for a friend using pompoms, wiggle eyes, and chenille sticks.
Glue the largest black pompom onto the front as the head.
They changed his name from Sinterklaas to Santa Claus and his hat became a pompom.
Wrap a long piece of yarn around the width of each piece of cardboard (over the 12-inch piece of yarn) 60 times for the large pompom and 50 times for the small ones.
Glue the pompoms together on the egg, then glue the pink pompom on the centre, on top of the white pompom.