Pompoms, succulents, ocher yellow, and a pink wreath are just a few of my favorite things. I wanted a spring wreath made from a very specific color pattern so that meant making it myself. Grab some yarn, put a show on to binge watch, and you can make one too.
Yarn pompoms are the key to this spring wreath – lots and lots of pompoms. Not just store bought acrylic pompoms, I’m talking handmade multi-colored yarn pompoms in varying colors. Don’t know how to make a pompom? I just so happen to have an episode of DIY This With Jennifer Perkins showing you exactly how.
Once you have a TON of yarn pompoms you also want to gather some faux succulents, smaller acrylic pompoms, and colored moss. Using a hot glue gun, start attaching items to your wreath. The more you add, the better it will look. Dense wreaths like this pink one, take a LOT of pompoms to look full, so keep that in mind.
Though it takes a lot of work, the end result is so worth it. I could not love this wreath more if I tried. It is perfect for spring and summer. And, with a few seasonal touches, I think I could make it work for Christmas too!
Need more wreath inspiration? Read on!
This is perfect for your favorite teacher or school administrator. Check out this fun wreath covered with back to school essentials. Made with a Treetopia Addison Spruce Wreath.
I adore the Colorburst Rainbow Wreath I decorated for St. Patrick’s Day, but there is a side of me that wants another one and add a felt cloud and raindrops too, for year round enjoyment.
Sure this wreath is called Tuxedo Black, but the fly theme on this wreath is far from classy. Perfect for a creepy crawly Halloween! Check out all 10 Funny and Cute Halloween Wreaths I designed for DIY Network. Or, that time I decorated my mantel for Halloween with a black garland.