My Weekend DIY: Pom-Pom-Perfect Heels!

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    Nothing says "I don't take myself too seriously" quite like a colorful, fluffy ball dangling from your accessories. Right now, pom-poms are popping up on everything, from cute clutches to couch pillows. The best part about them? They're super-simple to DIY.

    To get in on the trend, I picked up some suede, green stilettos and glued a pumpkin-yellow trim to the back of the heel. To finish 'em off, I snuck some pink beads in between the pom-poms to hide the ribbon and then let it dry for 24 hours.

    The result? Instant funky, street-style-worthy kicks! Click through for the easy how-to.

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