DIY | Pom Pom Wreath
This Christmas, we decided to put a twist on an old Chrissy classic and put together a fun, fluffy and family-friendly Pom Pom Wreath that you can easily recreate with your kids at home!
01 You will Need
Pom Poms! Big ones, small ones, home-made or store-bought - any old Pom Pom will do! Cardboard - We used an old recycled box. Just be sure it's sturdy enough to hold on to your poms! A texta, hot glue-gun, glue sticks and scissors.
02 Draw your Circle
Using your marker, draw a large circle onto some cardboard and a smaller circle in the centre, kind of like a giant donut! It doesn’t have to be perfect and it can be as big or little as you like!
03 Get Cutting
Once you cut the shape, this will become the base that your Pom Poms will stick to.
04 Stick It
Heat up your glue gun and begin attaching your Pom Poms, making sure to be extra careful not to touch the hot glue.
05 Stack Them
Continue sticking the poms to the cardboard surface, stacking them extra close together and leaving no gaps.
Once your wreath is completely covered, double check that no Pom Poms are coming loose. If they are, simply re-stick with more glue. Now it's complete!