After a cold winter, I always find myself decorating with bright colors around my home. It really cheers me up and puts me in a great mood. One of my favorite pieces is a DIY pom pom wall hanging I made using recycled driftwood we found during vacation one year. Whether you’re decorating a kid’s room or sprucing up the kitchen, it’ll take you less than 15 minutes to string up this fun project.
Gather These Supplies:
- Mini pom poms
- Stick or driftwood
The very first thing you’ll want to do is set out the colors of pom poms you would like and in what order. This will make the process of stringing much easier. Next choose a color thread. I love metallic gold and the way it shimmers. Then thread your needle but do not cut the other end until you know how long you’d like the garland. I decided on doing different sizes from small to large. Poke the pom poms with your needle, moving them onto the thread. Space them out.
Cut the end of the thread and double tie both ends to the driftwood. Space out the pom poms. I wanted three strands, each one with slightly more pom poms. So continue the same method as above, only add however many poms you’d like. Double tie both ends of the thread to the driftwood. Then cut a separate piece of thread for hanging, double tying both ends as well.
Hang and enjoy the sunburst of beautiful colors!
I’d love to know how you would personalize this DIY pom pom wall art! What colors would you use?