Hello Spring Felt Pompom Wreath DIY

April 24, 2018
Greetings friends and I hope this finds you all very well. You know I have a thing for embroidery hoops and Pompoms. So today I am happy to be sharing my Hello Spring Wreath. It's a new spin on the use of hoops and a felt version of pompoms. I think this is a darling wreath and I hope that you do.


This is a great craft project for one or for many. For adults or for children. To keep for yourself or to give away!

I made this felt ball wreath as a donation for Cross Timbers Middle School in Grapevine Texas. My daughter, Samantha Conner, who is in charge of organizing and implementing Teacher and Staff Appreciation Week is accepting donations for this very important cause-honoring and remembering our Teachers who give tirelessly of their, time and hearts.

If you have 45 minutes to spare, well this wreath is calling your name. So go ahead grab a cup of coffee or some sparkling water and let's get busy.

Here we go with the supply list and instructions!



Cover a work space with paper and heat up the glue gun! Begin gluing the felt balls on the embroidery hoop. One row on the inside of the hoop, one row on the outside of the hoop and one row on top.

After gluing the felt balls on the embroidery hoop tie on the stripe ribbon. Write your favorite saying or thought on the mini chalk board then attatch the mini chalk board to the wreath with twine.

Presto! The wreath is finished and the mess was minimal. Now don't you think this would be a fun project for you and maybe to give as a gift too!

Hello Spring and happy crafting friends!


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  1. What a delightful Spring wreath, Jemma. Love those felt balls in assorted colors and the cute little 'hello Spring' sign. The black and white bow adds something extra too. This is a fun wreath to put anywhere this Spring and Summer. : )

    love, ~Sheri

  2. So colourful, just right for Spring.

    All the best Jan

  3. This might be one of my favorite of your projects! It's really adorable. Looks easy and fun. It might make a good project for a make-and-take tea!

  4. Too cute Jemma and so spring looking. Amazing what can be done with hoops and pom poms. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

  5. So cute Jemma...I love pom poms and this is so clever.

  6. OH! How adorable! I LOVE this!! And, your dear daughter! How teachers do deserve our praise, respect, and admiration! They work SO hard and pour themselves into so many lives and make such a positive difference in our world. Their work seems so thankless, at times, bless their hearts. I know her sweet children will enjoy doing these in class, as will everyone else who takes the time to do them. Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful ideas with us, sweet friend. You are a true blessing to us all!

  7. Hello sweet Jemma! I love this wreath because it exudes the joy and sweetness of you. YOU are having fun at the beach, arentcha! YOU LUCKY!!!! Hang that wreath with you my friend. You bring us so much inspiration!

  8. Well, isn't this just darling and so colorful! Perfect for these gray spring days.

  9. This is such an adorable wreath, Jemma, and such a worthy cause....teachers! I have a pompom embroidery hoop project in the works right now. Mine actually has a sweet embroidered message on fabric and pompoms glued all around the edge of the hoop. I haven't embroidered in years, so this is a challenging project! Some lucky teacher is going to smile big time when she gets your wreath!

    Hope you are having a great weekend!


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