Easy Valentine’s Day Crafts – Valentine’s Day Pom Pom Wreath Tutorial

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I know, I know, it’s not even January yet and I am already throwing Valentine’s Day craft tutorials at you! What can I say, I like to plan ahead! Besides, this adorable little DIY Valentine’s Day Pom Pom Wreath tutorial is so cute and it’s so easy that you can have your kids help create it while they’re still home on Winter break!

Valentine's Day DIY Pom Pom Wreath Tutorial

DIY Valentine’s Day Pom Pom Wreath Tutorial

Materials:

Red yarn
White yarn
Scissors
Circular Styrofoam wreath form
Hot glue gun
Embellishments (optional)

Directions:

Wrap one color of yarn around three of your fingers 50 times and cut the end.

Valentine's Day DIY Pom Pom Wreath Tutorial 2

Cut another piece of yarn about 6 inches long of the same color, push this piece of yarn between your fingers that the yarn is wrapped around. See the photo for an example.

Valentine's Day DIY Pom Pom Wreath Tutorial

Slide the yarn off of your fingers carefully and tie the loose 6 inch piece around the middle of the bundle tightly.

Cut the loops on each end of your bundle of yarn to create your pom pom, and trim if needed. Repeat steps 1-4 with each color of yarn until you have the desired number of pom poms. This will vary depending on the size and type of wreath form you chose.

Valentine's Day DIY Pom Pom Wreath Tutorial

Hot glue a layer of pom poms around the front of your wreath form, and repeat on the top or inside as desired.

Valentine's Day DIY Pom Pom Wreath Tutorial

Accent your Valentine’s pom pom wreath with hearts, fabric flowers, etc. if desired.

Valentine's Day DIY Pom Pom Wreath Tutorial

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Comments

  1. says

    I love this for a decoration, it really helps to set the mood for Valentine’s. You could even re-use it by accenting with blue at the 4th of July and with green at Christmas too!

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