Learn how to make your own fluffy, sparkly snowball wreath with this DIY wreath tutorial. This beautiful winter wreath will carry you through the entire season with style, and it is so easy to put together!
If you are looking for a quick and beautiful DIY wreath tutorial to decorate your home this winter, then you are in the right place! I just love my new snowball wreath, and I’m going to show you how easy it is to make one for yourself.
I know a lot of craft and DIY tutorials claim to be easy, but this beautiful snowball wreath really is incredibly simple to put together. In fact, I had my entire wreath form covered with beautifully textured pom poms in under 20 minutes flat!
Want to know the secret to a super quick pom pom wreath? It’s hiding in the supply list below.
Supplies needed for this DIY wreath tutorial:
- Foam Wreath Form
- White Darice Pom Pom Garland
- Assorted White Darice Pom Poms
- Darice Iridescent Tinsel Pom Poms
- Darice White Yarn Pom Poms
- Low Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Darice Buffalo Check Bandana
- Wood Snowflake Cutouts
- Darice Crystal AB Glitter
- Gloss Decoupage
Step One. Wrap Wreath Form.
Did you spot my secret pom pom making weapon? It’s Darice Pom Pom garland! By wrapping pom pom garland around your wreath form you get the look of a wreath completely covered in individual pom poms without spending hours gluing them on!
- Use a little bit of hot glue to attach one end of of the garland to your wreath form. I recommend using a low temp hot glue gun for this to avoid melting the foam.
- Next, wrap the garland around the wreath form and then use another bit of hot glue to secure the other end of the garland.
- Continue attaching and wrapping garlands around the wreath form until it is covered. I used six total pom pom garlands.
Step Two. Add Extra Pom Poms.
Step Three. Add Bow and Snowflake.
If you want a more simple snowball wreath, you can always skip adding the bow and glitter snowflake.
Start off by applying a coat of decoupage to your wooden snowflake. Then, sprinkle on glitter. When that has dried, add another coat or two of decoupage to seal the glitter.
Next, let’s make that bow!
- Cut the bandana in half. Fold the piece lengthwise bringing both the bottom and the top edge to the middle. Then, fold widthwise bringing the right and left edges to the center. Glue in place.
- Pinch this loop of fabric in the middle to create your bow shape.
- Cut off another piece of bandana fabric and fold lengthwise bringing the top and bottom edge to the middle.
- Finally, wrap this second piece around the pinched middle of the bow and glue in place.
When your bow is done and the snowflake has dried, it’s time to glue them onto your wreath.
And then it’s all ready to hang! I love how easy this wreath was to make and how it can work all winter long.
What do you think? Ready to make your own DIY snowball wreath?
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Alexis Middleton is a lifelong crafter/DIYer and blogger at Persia Lou. She started crafting at a young age. As a girl, she spent summers with her grandmother crocheting baby doll afghans, making coasters out of plastic canvas and yarn, and canning apricot jam. Today, Alexis spends a lot of time dreaming up and working on projects for her family’s home. She loves mixing traditional crafting techniques with a more modern aesthetic.