Colourful and jolly, these are fun and easy to make from leftover wool
1 Draw and cut out two circles, 6cm in diameter, from a piece of cardboard.
2 Draw and cut two smaller circles inside each piece, 1cm-1.5cm from the edge, to create two rings. Place them on top of each other.
3 Pull a length of wool through the centre and over the edge of the rings, pulling it taut. Work your way round to cover the cardboard, overlapping the wool slightly as you go. You will need to neatly tuck the end underneath the next strand to begin.
4 Once covered, go around the ring again in the same way to add another layer of wool. Repeat this until there is very little space left in the centre.
5 Gently cut around the edge of the ring using a pair of scissors, with the blades between the cardboard edges.
6 Loop another piece of wool around the pom-pom, between the cardboard rings, and tie to secure, leaving enough of one end to slot into a book.
7 Cut and remove the cardboard rings and fluff up the wool to form a pom-pom shape.