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Pom pom Spring wreath tutorial

Pom pom Spring wreath tutorial

The weather has been amazing over the last few days here in the UK. We’ve been so lucky that it coincided with Good Friday and Easter Monday so we had an extra long weekend to enjoy it. We did a fair bit of travelling from our week in Devon via Wiltshire and back to London again. We never seem to be at home over Easter so our house felt a little empty  when we returned home.

Fortunately we had been #gifted some craft supplies from Bostik including Micro Dots and Foam Pads. We used these supplies to make a simple pom pom Sprint wreath which can stay up over the Easter weekend and for a few more weeks.

Pom pom Spring wreath supplies

Polystyrene wreath

Bostik Micro Dots

Bostik Foam Pads

Pastel ribbons

Brightly coloured pom poms

Pom pom Spring wreath supplies

Pom pom Spring wreath tutorial

First I covered the polystyrene wreath with ribbon. I used Bostik Micro Dots to make sure the ribbon stayed in place. It’s simple to use, simply press the sheet where you want the micro dots and then lift the plastic sheet away. The glue stays in place so you can continue wrapping the ribbon around the wreath.

using Bostik Micro Dots

I used two shades of ribbon and left a small piece of the wreath blank.

making a simple Easter wreath

I filled the final portion with colourful pom poms, attaching them to the wreath with Bostik foam pads. I made sure to build up the pom poms so there wasn’t any blank space left.

Pom pom Spring wreath tutorial

It makes for a colourful Easter decoration and definitely one that can stay up for a few more weeks.

Disclosure – we were gifted some of these craft supplies for the purpose of this post

2 Comments

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    Helen
    April 24, 2019 at 11:02 pm

    This is so bright and colourful for Spring.

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    Three Simple Spring Crafts in association with Bostik | Tots 100
    May 22, 2019 at 2:52 pm

    […] This Pom Pom Spring Wreath is another simple but effective make. With these pastel colours it’s perfect for spring but you could just as easily make an Autumn or even Christmas wreath just by changing the colours. You can find full instructions from Jenny over on The Gingerbread House. […]

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