Craft Tutorial: Pom Pom Wreath
Hello sweets! Continuing from yesterday’s Pom Pom Tree tutorial, today I’m sharing how to make pom pom wreath. It’s easy, it’s colourful, and it’s fun both while and after making it :)
What you’ll need:
- wreath form (I couldn’t find one, so I’m using a bag handle, about 13cm in diameter. Haha, no one can stop me…)
- lots of pom poms (I used about 40)
- embellishments (I’m using gold beads)
- (not in the photo) craft wire / glue gun, wire cutters (optional)
* If you are new to pom pom making, see the tutorial here to learn how to make pom poms with a folk.
1) Tie a double knot and secure a pom pom to the wreath form. Alternatively, you can simply use glue gun to attach pom poms and embellishments to the wreath (easier option) and that means you’re done with the tutorial already! I would’ve used glue gun if I was using a wreath form, but no, I wanted to use the bag handle later.
2) Continue adding pom poms, making sure that there isn’t any gap between poms.
3) Twist all the excess yarns, then secure the end with masking tape.
4) Thread embellishments to craft wire, and wrap them in between pom poms. You also want to be wrapping the wire together with the excess yarns to secure them in place. And… you’re done!
My Christmas display is now completed :) Yes, lots of poms, poms and poms. I think it would be hell coming to my house if you have pom pom phobia…! Hope you enjoyed the tutorial, and have a lovely weekend!