A yarn pom pom wreath is actually really easy to make! I made this snowy version so that you can make it now and leave it up all winter long. The non-traditional colors of white and pink will work for the holiday season and right through February. So, if you love wreaths that can last for months, this winter wreath project is perfect for you.
- 10 inch Wreath Form
- White Darice Jumbo Yarn
- White Darice Yarn Pom-Poms (3 packages)
- Darice Miniature Bottlebrush Trees
- Hot Glue and Glue Gun
Tie the end of the yarn on the wreath form. Then start wrapping around. I found that this was easier if I took a large amount of yarn off of the skein and used that for wrapping. Then I would wrap it around 10 to 20 times and then push them tightly together and pull until taught.
When you reach the end of that long piece, you can remove another long piece and tie the two together and keep wrapping. The only place I used any glue is on the very end once the wrapping was complete. Just cut off the excess and hot glue to the back. You will want your wrapping to be really tight together so that you cover the entire wreath form.
Then you can start using the hot glue to add pom poms to the bottom of the winter wreath.
Add them randomly around the bottom then add in the trees to the center. Once again, secure these with hot glue.
I used all of the pom poms in three packages. You can use as many or as few as you would like. Once your pom poms and trees are in place, this wreath is ready to add to your front door!
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