I know pom pom wreaths are nothing new, but I had never tried my hand at one. I decided this would be the year! I’m loving all of the black, white, and green Christmas decor this year so I decided to stick with a pretty neutral color pallet for this wreath. I love traditional red for Christmas but I just can’t get enough of this color scheme!
I started with some neutral colored yarn from my stash – a white, cream and light tan. Then I started making pom poms!
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I have this set of pom pom makers and they really do take a lot of the guess work out of making pom poms. I used the medium and large makers for this wreath. The great thing about this project is you can make it any color you want! Just choose your favorite yarn!
I made a lot of white pom poms and fewer of the beige and tan. Equal number of large and medium.
When I finished this is what I had. I decided to use this wire wreath for the base.
I laid out the pom poms kind of sort of the way I wanted them.
Next, I just started tying them to the base, using the yarn that was used to tie off the pom pom.
After I got all of the neutral pom poms on there, I decided to add some dark green ones for contrast and filler.
I found this yarn at Dollar Tree of all places. I’ve never seen yarn there before. It was the only skein of green they had and I snatched it up!
Here is how it looked after! I love it!
I decided to tie a thin black and white ribbon on to hang it. This would look cute on a wall, a door, on a mirror. The possibilites are endless. I decided to hang it on a chalkboard and I love the contrast between the neutral wreath and the black chalkboard!
I love crafting for Christmas and this was an easy one to do! Perfect for doing while you’re watching Hallmark Christmas movies!!