A wreath of puffy white pom-poms, reminiscent of snowballs, will last the entire winter season. Because it is made from just a few materials and has a simple color scheme, any child age 6 or older can make one with great success, or even a dozen to give as holiday gifts.
These are the things you will need for the project.
Look how pretty this metallic paint is! You can purchase them wherever Martha Stewart crafts are sold.
With a low-temperature hot-glue gun (or white glue, which takes longer to dry), attach about twenty-four 2-inch and fifteen 1-inch pompoms to the ring, alternating sizes as you go. Fill in the spaces with ten or so 1/2-inch pom-poms.
Isn’t it so pretty! I only used one size for my pom poms.
Grab some leaves in your yard and paint them with the Martha Stewart metallic paint. After I painted them I cut them ends to look pointed.
This reminds me of a big ole cloud. One in which I would LOVE to be laying on right about NOW! I can’t wait to see pictures of your wreath!
Dreaming of a fluffy pillow and a new gold Michael Kors watch,
Check out Martha’s original craft HERE and you can purchase Martha Stewart’s Encyclopedia of Crafts here!
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