I am obsessed with anything with pom-poms. Therefore, I thought, why not make a pom-pom wreath for Valentine’s Day? The easy part was using the heart wreath form I had on hand. I could not wait to create the wreath and decorate my mantel for Valentine’s Day.
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However, I did not have the four colors of yarn I wanted to use. So, I searched for inexpensive yarns with the same weight on the internet. To my delight, I found the perfect yarns.
**I have included a special Bloggers Valentine’s Blog Hop at the end of this DIY, where you will find a ton of inspiration. I guarantee they will inspire you.
How to Make a Pom Pom Wreath
Since wire wreath frames can be any size or shape, I decided to use a heart-shaped one for Valentine’s (this is the one I used). Note that the larger the wire wreath frame, the more pom-pom you need to make.
Supplies and Tools
- Light pink yarn
- Hot pink yarn
- Cream yarn
- Red yarn
- Pom pom maker
- Wreath form
- Wire cutters
- Video (watch the how-to video HERE)
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I wanted to update my Valentine’s decor with pinks, reds, and cream. I usually use only red and white, but I tried to lighten it up this year since we spend so much time at home. Something new and fresh is just what we needed.
I purchased this heart-shaped wireframe with the hope of making something new. Then I remembered a circular pom-pom Valentine’s wreath in our Valentine’s Blog Hop from last year (you can see it here) that I adored.
These are the colors I choose for this year’s Valentine’s Day decor.
Planning the Pom Pom Placement
How many pom poms did I need to cover this wireframe? My daughter, Olivia, had a bin filled with pom-poms she made for another project, and I thought I could use them to determine how many pom-poms I needed. It appeared that I needed 40. So next, I divided the 40 by the number of yarn skeins I was using to determine that I needed 10 of each color.
So I set out to make them all the same size, and I felt like it needed different sizes, so I started making 5 of each size from each skein of yarn.
My next step was to make all my pom-poms (these are pom-pom makers I used).
Once I made all 40 pom-poms, I started attaching them. You see my easy how-to video HERE.
I left the ties long enough to use to attach my pom-poms to the heart wreath form (I used this form).
I wanted to start in the center with a red pom-pom. Then I placed the pom-pom where I wanted it on the front side of the frame, then pulled the ties to the backside and tied them together.
Then I cut the ties close to the knot (I used these scissors).
Now for the fun part — adding the rest of the pom-poms.
It turned out I needed a few more pom-poms, and I decided to use this size pom-pom maker for those.
DIY Valentine’s Mantle Decor Reveal
I used the same yarn that Olivia used to make her gorgeous heart garland.
The DIY bows on the lanterns are among my favorite types of bows to make.
The adorable gray yarn tree with the tiny white pom-poms in the firebox see how I made it HERE.
The cute red pom-pom edge pillow was a bargain HERE.
If you have been following my blog, you know I love lanterns (similar to mine) with battery-operated candles with a timer and remote control.
You might also like this Valentine’s Day wreath with a pretty handpainted sign.
Now for those amazing bloggers’ inspiration:
I wanted to share my daughter’s first since she worked on the fireplace project with me. Olivia made the hearts using her template you can download and use to make this gorgeous heart banner.
If you enjoy
If you enjoy heart crafts, then I am sure you will enjoy Leanna’s DIY Farmhouse Valentine Heating pad using a drop cloth for yourself or as a gift. Free printable You Warm my Heart Valentine card included.
While we are talking heart crafts, you will flip over this puzzle heart by Rebecca.
If you are like me and love hearts for Valentine’s Day, then this pretty heart tree by Maria is going to pull at our heartstrings.
Show your love with an easy DIY heart wall hanger created by Chas.
What could be better than some super cute signs for Valentine’s Day? My friend Sam is sharing her DIY handpainted block signs today.
My local blogging friend, Kirstin, has a magazine-worthy home that she decorates for each holiday. It is the envy of the town. She shares her Boho Valentine’s Decor, and I think you will love it.
Another magazine-worthy home I have been swooning over belongs to Mary from Life at Bella Terra. Mary is sharing how she is setting a romantic table for two. She is making the best of the current health crisis with a date-at-home setting.
If you like a romantic setting for your Valentine’s dinner, my friend Cindy has decorated her buffet in a romantic French cottage style.
Niky shares how she decorates with a Valentine’s Day vignette in her foyer.
You might also enjoy a rustic DIY raffia heart by Agnes.
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See you soon,