Add cozy charm to your winter home decor with this simple tutorial on how to make a pom pom wreath. [post contains affiliate links, which means we make a small commission, at NO additional cost to you, if a purchase is made. thanks for supporting north country nest!]
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How to Make a Pom Pom Wreath
If you’re looking for a simple way to cozy up your decor this winter, today’s DIY is for you!
How to Make a Pom Pom Wreath | The Supplies
How to Make a Pom Pom Wreath | The Tutorial
Step one. Make the poms/tassles. For my size wreath form, I made 30 but that can change depending on your wreath form size. For a tutorial on making the poms, CLICK HERE.
Step two. Grab a pom a push the top part through the wire frame so the fringe is sticking out the front.
Step three. Taking a string from the top part and a fringe string, tie the two together with a double knot.
Step four. Take the other top string and a different fringe string and tie them together with a double knot.
Step five. Repeat this process with all the poms. If your wreath form is like mine and has wire dividers, make sure you have an even number of poms in each section.
Five steps is all you need to create this cozy pom pom wreath!
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I’m all about simple and rustic, so this is totally my style, love it. #12DaysofChristmas2018
I love this wreath! It’s completely different than other pom pom wreaths, very unexpected and rustic, yet still modern!
North Country Nest says
Thank you so much, Jessa! We love doing things a little different around here 🙂
Super Mom - No Cape! says
This looks like it would be such fun to make. And would also be a great project for using up all sorts of yarn leftover from other projects.