The Christmas Countdown is officially on!

With less than 50 days until Christmas now is the time to start thinking about your Christmas decor! At Rockett St George we love to get creative with our Christmas decor and make a serious impact with our decorations that will wow our guests. No better way to make an impact this festive season is with an oversized Pom Pom Wreath that will add unique drama and fun to your Christmas home decorations. Find out how to make your own Giant Christmas Wreath in 5 easy steps below.

Discover how to create this super impactful giant wreath by following our steps below!

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Everything You Will Need To Make Your Giant Christmas Wreath

What you will need:

How to make a Giant Pom Pom Christmas Wreath Decoration

Step 1 - Build your honeycomb pom pom around the hoop

Step 1: Firstly, open up and secure your honeycomb ball in place using a paperclip. Next, attach the honeycomb ball to the hoop by its string using sellotape. Make absolutely sure that the string is firmly secured in place on the frame so that your honeycomb pom pom ball doesn't move.

Step 2: Select a bunch of your favourite faux wild stems or ivy and using a little tape and cable ties fix them to your hoop.

Step 3: Continue to build the wild stems, ivy and honeycomb pom pom balls around the circumference of the circular frame for a full and leafy hoop! Be sure to distribute the colours evenly around the hoop to make an aesthetically pleasing display.

Lucy St George embellishing the wreath with wild stems.

Step 4: Embellish the wreath with a few sprigs of wild stems and hang ivy from the hoop using your cable ties to add to the fullness and extra wow-factor.

Ta daa! The finished result!

Step 5: Ta daa! Standback and admire your DIY Christmas Wreath!


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  1. Kate Smith
    WoW !!! I’m completely inspired!
    Who new that a few simple decorations and a defined shape could be so impressive. Even I could make this , I think I’ll have a practice run first, but my creative juices are really flowing now. Thanks for the ideas girls.
    1. Chloe Crismani
      You are so welcome Kate! So pleased that you loved the blog.

      Kind regards,

      Chloe x
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