This Anthro Pom-Pom Wreath Hack Is Essential for Your Holiday Decor
If you haven't already seen Anthropologie's 2017 Holiday Collection, you're in for a real treat. You're also in for a real shocker, wallet-wise. That's why we came up with this Anthro hack that's festive, colorful, and could even be hung yearlong. All it takes is some pom-pom skills (read: scissors) and a good Netflix binge to get you there. Check out our tutorial and get ready to bring that trendy pom-pom holiday decor to your home — at a fraction of the cost.
To make the pom-poms, wrap the yarn around each half circle, cut the yarn down the center of the discs, and then tie a string tightly through the two plates. Remove the plates, trim, and voilà – pom-pom!
For the color blocking effect, wrap two colors or more on the C-section of the pom-pom maker. This will add a fun pop to your wreath.
Using the scissors, trim and fluff all your pom-poms to perfection.
Use the loose string to tie each pom-pom directly onto the wire. Then fluff, trim, and arrange the poms.
With the scissors, cut a six- to eight-inch piece of rope, wrap it around the wire frame, and tie a knot for hanging.
And there you have it: pom-pom cuteness, just in time for the holidays.
Style this one-of-a-kind wreath on your door, window, or mantel with all your Christmas-y things!
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DIY Production and Styling: Jasmine Whitaker
Photography: Kurt Andre
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