Can you believe it’s the first day of February?? I love February! There’s the Super Bowl, my birthday and Valentine’s Day. So much fun in one month! Do you decorate for Valentine’s Day? I don’t really decorate for Valentine’s Day, but this year, I made this super cute and Easy Valentine’s Day Pom Pom Heart Wreath and who better to share it with, than you!

It takes a little work making all the pom poms, but the cheerleader in me had so much fun! Once they’re made, putting the wreath together is simple and quick.

Who doesn’t like simple?

“And now here is my secret, a very simple secret: It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.”
― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince

Supplies for the Valentine Pom Pom Heart Wreath

14″ or 16″ wire heart

Pink yarn

White yarn

Varigated yarn

Pom Pom maker

Fiskars small scissors

Step 1 – Make the Pom Poms

There will typically be four pom pom makers in a package. If not, you may have to buy two different size packages to get what you need. I used the three biggest ones to create my pom poms.

The vibrant hues of the variegated yarn called to me for the largest pom poms, while I opted for classic white and pink in equal measure for the remaining sizes.

Obviously, you can use whatever combination of yarn that makes your heart happy!

Depending how full you want the wreath will depend on how many pom poms you make.

The pom pom makers, make the task super easy. You just wind the yarn around each side, fold them into the center, cut the yarn down the middle and pull together with a separate piece of yarn.

Once you make the pom poms, you may have some straggling pieces of yarn. Just make sure you cut those off and shape it nice and round with your scissors, if necessary.

Step 2 – Tie the Pom Poms to the Wire Wreath

When tying the pom poms to the wire wreath, I started with the smallest pom pom on the inner most circle and worked my way out.

Just make sure you tie the pom poms tight and double knot them. If you don’t, they will slide and you may need to add more pom poms.

Just a heads up, as you work your way to the second and third rows, it does get kind of crowded when you are tying them on the wire.

Step 3 – Hanging Your Pom Pom Wreath

Hanging your pom pom masterpiece is the final step! Here are a few options, depending on your desired look and placement:

Classic Charm:

  • Twine Time: For a rustic, natural vibe, simple twine is a great choice. Tie a secure loop around the top of the wreath and knot it. Then, hook the twine onto a nail or screw on your door or wall.

Festive Flair:

  • Ribbon Rendezvous: Add a pop of color and cheer with festive ribbon. Choose a ribbon that complements your pom poms and tie a big, beautiful bow at the top. You can hang it directly with the bow or loop the ribbon through a wreath hanger.

Door Delight:

  • Wreath Hanger Haven: Invest in a sturdy wreath hanger specifically designed for doors. These typically come with hooks or loops that you can easily attach your pom pom creation to. They’ll keep your wreath level and secure, especially if you’re hanging it on a windy spot.

DIY Pom Pom Heart Wreath for Valentine’s Day

So easy, right?

I hope I have inspired you to make this easy pom pom wreath.

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61 Comments

  1. Right Leslie:
    Now I want to make pom poms too….I need to get the maker and some yarn asap!!! I love your blog posts…❤️❤️❤️

  2. Beautiful wreath soft and pretty, a preview to the season ahead. Love the February events; some of my besties birthdays, groundhog’s day, super bowl, Valentine’s Day…
    Love your links this month. Lots of joy!

  3. Kim this turned out so cute! I love the colors you chose. So when is your birthday? My sister’s birthday is the 4th and my stepson’s is on the 10th! I love February too!

  4. I haven’t made pom poms in years! I’m so glad they are making a comeback. Your wreath is the sweetest 😊 I use fishing line often too – it makes the wreath the focal point. Pinning!

  5. I love this. It makes me feel all warm and fuzzy when I look at it. Definitely keen to try it. Thanks for sharing.

  6. I love your wreath, Kim. It’s so adorable! I’m going to share a link to your post in my weekly round-up tomorrow.

    Happy weekend!

  7. Seriously the cutest pom pom heart wreath on the planet Kim! I’m excited to tell you this post will be featured in this week’s Tuesday Turn About Link Party! Thanks for sharing your creativity and we hope to see you at the party this week! Pinned!

  8. This Valentine wreath is fabulous, Kim! I love how all the pom poms give it such a fun and festive layer of texture. The winter season is my favorite time to craft so I’m all kinds of excited to make something similar and I can’t wait to share it on Friday! Big hugs, CoCo

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