Pompoms, succulents, ocher yellow, and a hot pink Treetopia wreath – 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 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 Hot Pink Treetopia Wreath. The more you add, the better it will look. Dense wreaths like this hot 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!
St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Wreath– I adore the Treetopia 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.
Halloween Wreath – 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.