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Flower Pom Pom Wreath DIY Craft Tutorial

Flower Pom Pom Wreath DIY Craft Tutorial

Spring Break is next week for my kids, and I am on the lookout for fun things to do, as well as fun crafts to make! The boys love making crafts, they just need a little inspiration. This Flower Pom Pom Wreath DIY Craft is fairly inexpensive, fun to make, and makes a great Mother’s Day gift, too!

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This pom pom wreath is fairly simple to make. Younger ones will need help from you, of course, but it is simple and turns out super cute. 

How to make a Flower Pom Pom Wreath

First, you will need to print out the template and cut the circle for the wreath.  Then, wrap it in a strip of burlap.  (Check out other ways to use burlap here!)

Wrap the whole circle with burlap and secure with glue.

While the wreath is drying, start making your flowers. Make the base with a piece of felt or cardstock. Take a small sized pom pom and glue it to the middle. 

Now take a colorful pom-pom, and glue it on one side of the small pom-pom. Ideally, you should let them dry in between, but if you’re being careful not to move them,  it won’t matter. 

Glue 4 or more pom poms around the yellow pom pom to finish the pom pom flower.

Now use the PDF template again to cut out the leaves out of green felt.

Make another flower and set of leaves and let them dry.

Cut the excess of the paper or felt base and then affix the flowers on the wreath using hot glue.
flower pom pom wreath tutorial

flower pom pom wreath tutorial

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Flower Pom Pom Wreath DIY Craft
Yield: 1 wreath

Flower Pom Pom Wreath DIY Craft

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes

This flower pom pom wreath DIY craft tutorial is perfect for elementary age kids or younger kids with an adult's help! Makes a great Mother's Day gift!

Materials

  • Card-stock paper
  • Colorful pom poms
  • Burlap fabric strips

Tools

  • scissors
  • white craft glue

Instructions

    1. Cut out the wreath using the template.
    2. Then take the burlap fabric strip, make sure it’s long enough to wrap the whole wreath.
    3. Glue one corner of the burlap fabric strip on the back of the wreath.
      Then start wrapping the wreath with the burlap fabric strip.
    4. Wrap the whole wreath using the burlap fabric strip.
    5. Secure the end of the strip using hot glue or white glue once you are done wrapping the wreath.
    6. Take a piece of felt or thick paper (2 inches x 2 inches). This will be the base for our pom pom flower.
    7. Take a small-sized yellow pom-pom and glue it in the middle of the base for our flower. Allow the glue to dry.
    8. Now take a colourful pom-pom, and glue it on one side of the yellow pom-pom.
      Then leave the glue to dry a little before you add rest of the pom-poms.
    9. Glue 4 or more pom-poms around the yellow pom-pom to finish the pom-pom flower.
    10. Now use the template again to cut out the leaves out of green felt.
    11. Glue the flower and the leaves on the wreath.

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