Jillian of JST Design says she was instantly hooked when she saw Anthropologie’s Tufted Wool Wreath on their website. She had intended to recreate the fluffy wreath before the holidays but never got around to it. That’s the beauty of this wreath though. While it works for the holidays, the look of the wooly yarn […Read More]
Bethney of May Arts Ribbon was inspired to create her own Anthropologie-inspired pillow cover embellished with pom-pom trim. I have seen several knock-offs of this pillow and have to say Bethney’s is one of the most convincing. She achieved a very similar look to the Anthro pillow by sewing several strands of the pom-pom trim […Read More]
The crafty sisters from The Twisted Horn share a love for Anthropologie’s home décor – but not their prices. They were inspired by some of Anthro’s pretty pillows to make their own pillows embellished with colorful pom-poms. It basically just takes sewing a few straight stitches to make your own pillows, and isn’t everything just […Read More]
Becca at From Gardners to Bergers shows how easy it is to take a plain old pillow from dull to darling in no time! All Becca did was glue (yes, glue!) pom pom trim onto a cheapo IKEA cover. Becca says, “Start to finish the whole project took less than 30 minutes and cost less […Read More]
When it comes to selecting curtains, Lindsay from Makely School for Girls usually goes for muted panels that blend with the wall. However, for her daughter’s big girl room, Lindsay wanted to make a bold statement and add texture to the neutral walls. What better way to get the job done than with pom-poms? Lots and lots of pom-poms… 45 rows to be exact! Lindsay devoted hours to hot gluing pom-pom trim onto store-bought panels, and while it may have taken longer than expected, the result is vibrant, fun, and simply beautiful!
Melissa from The Inspired Room isn’t ashamed to admit that she’s got a major crush on all things Anthropologie! When she saw a fun pom-pom pillow there, Melissa knew she wanted one AND that she could make it for less. Melissa just used a pillow cover she already had and stitched on some pom-pom trim. Super simple and super cute!
Melaine from My Sweet Savannah had been wanting to make a puffy yarn wreath like one from Anthropologie for some time. After a fellow blogging buddy made one and showed just how easy it was, Melaine was motivated to get her pom-pom on and create her own. I just love how thick and soft this wintery wreath looks – so perfect for these coooold days!
I love a good DIY wreath, and this puffy pom-pom wreath made by Tara from Between You and Me is totally swoon-worthy! The great news is that’s also totally doable for the crafter and non-crafter alike. I absolutely adore the peppermint stick ribbon and the fact that this is a Christmas wreath that doesn’t scream Christmas. With a quick ribbon change, it could take you all the way through winter!