Springtime is here and we’re bringing the best parts inside. To decorate and embrace spring, we made DIY Flower Pom Poms.
These boho flowers are easy to make and really make a statement to any wall.
Mila and I are obsessed with plant and flowers. They bring us so much joy and are beautiful to look at too. I think they’re one of our favorite parts about springtime.
Even though we have plants and see flowers constantly, you can never have too many! That’s why I love this DIY Flower Garland.
Here’s the only two things you need for it.
- Large needle
- Pom pom maker (optional)
The first thing I did was pick out what color yarn I wanted for this project. I am in love with this orange, yellow, and pink color scheme lately. It gives me 70’s floral pattern vibes.
Then you need to make your pom poms. I personally don’t use a pom pom maker, just my hand.
All you need to do is cut and hold a string in your hands horizontally, then start wrapping string vertically around your four fingers. Wrap it around 150 times to get a full pom pom.
Next, you have to tie the first string you had horizontally. Once it’s tied, cut the loops for the rest of the strings to flare out.
After you have your little yarn ball, it’s time to shape and make it look fluffy. You’re going to trim A LOT of yarn here. Just keep cutting it down until it’s the size and puffiness you’d like. Once that’s done, your first pom pom is complete.
For each flower you do, you need to make six pom poms. I usually do a white center with colors on the outside.
To connect them, you can either use hot glue or stitch them together.
I made a garland of hearts, but you could easily make a single wall hanging, faux flowers, or a rear view window decoration. You can also change the size of your poms using a pom pom maker or different technique.
Personally, I love how this turned out and totally want to make one for my room too.
Prepare yourself for all the spring and Easter content. We are so excited for this tike of year and are so ready to create!
What craft or activity are you ready to tackle this spring? Let me know in the comments.