This DIY hoop wreath features greenery and sparkly jewel-toned pompoms to brighten your home for the holidays and the throughout the year!
It’s the most wonderful decorating time of the year! I’ve gone a slightly different direction in my holiday home decor this year, with lots of pink and teal and of course, glitz and glam. I added a few new things last year, like new stockings and a few holiday accents, but most of my decorations have been traditional reds and greens up to now, and buying all new isn’t an option for many reasons, so I’m re-working much of what I have to fit the new color scheme. I’m also making a few new things such as this adorable pompom hoop wreath! It was super simple to make. Let me show you how!
How to Make a Colorful PomPom Hoop Wreath
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You will need:
- Yarn in desired colors
- 12″ or larger wood embroidery hoop
- Pom-pom maker in large and extra-large
- 20-gauge floral wire
- Wire cutters
- artificial evergreen garland
Here’s what you will do:
Make the Pompoms:
- Make six extra-large and four large pom-poms using your pom-pom makers for a 14″ wreath. If using a different size hoop, be sure to make enough to cover at least half the embroidery hoop. Use various color combinations to add variety.
- Shape the pom-poms with scissors and trim tails.
Assemble the Wreath:
- Cut an 18″ piece of the garland with the wire cutters.
- Attach the greenery with the floral wire to the bottom half of the embroidery hoop.
- P0ke a length of floral wire through the pom-poms and attach the pom-poms to the hoop. Arrange until the hoop is covered and greenery peeks out.
- Turn the hoop so that the greenery and pompoms sit on a diagonal. Add ribbon to hang and a ribbon tail in the center of the pompoms.
I hung my wreath from our chalkboard door and added a holiday greeting behind. I love the idea though that the wreath can be used all year round! One decoration down – 400 to make-over! How about you? What have you used in your holiday decor this year?