Easy Winter Pom Pom Wreath

My favorite wreath I have made so far is my Winter Pom Pom Wreath. You might have caught a peek of it during our Christmas home tour. Anyone can make one of these. Even if you feel like your genetic makeup does not contain the “crafty gene”, I am fairly confident you can make one too. It’s just that easy.

Winter DIY Pom Pom Wreath

Supplies
– Pipe insulation tube wrapping (I used this as my wreath form.)
– Packing Tape
– White Yarn
– Hot glue gun and glue sticks
– Scissors

First, I removed the plastic seal and taped the ends and center of the pipe insulation together to create a wreath form just like I did for my Corn Husk Wreath. This has become one of my favorite things to use as a wreath form.

Fall Corn-husk Wreath

Next, I created millions of these little pom poms . Well maybe it wasn’t millions, but it sure felt that way. Adventures of a DIY Mom has a wonderful tutorial with pictures that I followed to make these fuzz balls.

Pom Pom Winter Wreath DIY

Then, I wrapped the wreath form completely with white yarn. This took a while, but I wanted to make sure none of the black showed through.

After that, I hot glued the pom poms in concentric circles onto the form.

Yarn Ball Wreath

DIY Wreath From Pom Poms

Finally, I trimmed a few of the random stray yarn pieces. (This process really appealed to the hairstylist in me.)

DIY Pom Pom Wreath

Love, love, love the final look of this wreath! It’s been a great way to add a touch of the snowy winter wonderland that is outside, inside, which is perfect for this time of year.

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6 thoughts on “Easy Winter Pom Pom Wreath

  1. Becky @dempsterlogbook

    I’m a big fan of neutrals and this is a beautiful neutral wreath! Love it! And it could be dressed up for other times of the year so it can be up all year long! Thanks so much for linking up at Motivational Monday. Hope to see you link up again tonight!

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