Hey there, Oh My! Creative readers! It’s Alexis from Persia Lou back with a little holiday goodie for ya. This is my take on a pom-pom wreath, and since I live in the desert and don’t know much about real snow, I’m calling it my Snowball Wreath.
It looks snowy, right? Right? Sure it does.
If you want to make one for yourself, here’s what you will need:
- a wreath form
- store bought pom-poms (I used about 60 1 inch and 45 1.5 inch, but probably could have used a few more)
- bulky yarn for making your own pom-poms (I used two full skeins of yarn)
- white cotton fabric cut into strips
- ribbon for the bow
- hot glue
When my pom-poms were all ready to go, I wrapped my wreath form with strips of cotton fabric so you wouldn’t see any straw peeking through any gaps.
Then I just took my glue gun and went to work. I found that it worked well to place the large pom-poms first and then go fill in the empty spaces with the smaller, store-bought pom-poms.
I finished the wreath off with a glittery gold bow because gold is kind of my thing right now.
Annnnd… Here she is! All done!
The plan was to put the wreath on my front door, but I really like how its working with some of my indoor decorations. Maybe I need another for the door!
If you are looking for more DIY holiday ideas, there is a fun Handmade Holiday series going on over on my blog right now. I’d love it if you stopped by! Happy Holidays!