Do you ever see something and can’t get it out of your mind? Something that speaks to you and begs you to take it home?
I saw an Anthropologie tufted wool wreath last year and it was love at first sight… but it was love with a price! A big over $100.00 price.
So, I decided to make my own “tufted” (pom-pom) wreath. The wreath is fuzzy and warm and tufted and lumpy and looks like a sheep… a perfect wreath for wintry weather!
This wreath was sooooo easy to make and really fun. Even if you are not a crafter, this is a diy for you…
ANTHROPOLOGIE INSPIRED TUFTED WOOL WREATH DIY
2 skeins Red Heart Light And Lofty Yarn in Cafe’ Au Lait or any fuzzy wool ( You can see what I used HERE)
Clover Pom Pom Maker (click HERE for resource)
1 straw wreath, leave the plastic wrapping on
1 and 2. Make pom pom’s using two skeins of yarn. I make the pom-poms using a Pom-Pom Maker. You can find them HERE.
3. Trim any straggly ends off the pom-poms and put wreath and pom pom’s on a covered work surface
4. Glue pom-pom’s in a close but random pattern, covering the wreath.
5. Add an extra pom-pom here and there to make the surface of the wreath lumpy.
6. Pull on the yarn so it gets fuzzy and fluffy.
That’s it! I told you it was EASY!
Hang and enjoy!