DIY Pom Pom Wreath

by Ariel
2 Materials
2 Hours

This DIY Pom Pom Wreath is something I puttered at in the evenings, and quickly assembled. So if you’re looking for a fun way to spend a few hours – this wreath is for you!

Supplies needed to make a pom pom wreath:

You’ll need a  wire wreath (I chose the smallest size available), sharp scissors, and  yarn in as many colours as you’d like

You can make your pom poms by hand, or you can buy some  handy pom pom makers. I opted for the easy way this year and am glad I did, since it ensured uniformity in shape and size.

How to make a pom pom wreath

If you’re making a small wreath (like mine), you’ll need about 26 large pom poms, and about 54 smaller ones. 

The set of pom pom makers that I bought came with two sizes, otherwise you’d need as many pom poms as it takes to fill the center ring, inner ring, and outer ring of the wreath. This will depend entirely on the size of the pom poms you make.

Once your pom poms are made, using some finer string, attach them to the wire frame of the wreath.

I used my large pom poms for this.

Once you’ve done this, using your smaller pom poms, attach one in between each of the big pom poms, along the outer and then inner ring of the wreath. 

I used some decorative ribbon and a Command Hook to hang the wreath above our bed.

I hope you enjoyed this pom pom wreath. Have a great day!

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