How to Make a Bath Puff Wreath

Updated July 20, 2017

Bath puffs are made from strips of soft netting material formed into a ball and used while bathing to apply bath or shower gel and turn it into foam. But clever crafters who think outside the box have turned bath puffs into whimsical, and unexpectedly pretty wreaths. Some people won't even realise that the wreath has been made from bath puffs. You can pick up most of the items for making a bath-puff wreath inexpensively at your local dollar store.

Choose the theme for the wreath and buy bath puffs in colours that will match. Orange ones work for Halloween. Pink and white make good choices for baby or bridal showers. Choose lightweight items to add to the wreath too. An Easter wreath could include plastic Easter eggs. A wreath used for decor at a bridal shower could use baby shower party favours.

Cut the cord loops off of the bath puffs if they have any.

Hot glue the bath puffs all the way around the wreath form.

Glue the other embellishments onto the bath puffs, making sure that they are secure.

Tie a large bow to the top of the wreath.

Things You'll Need

  • Bath puffs
  • Scissors
  • Wreath form
  • Hot glue gun
  • Hot glue sticks
  • Decorations
  • Wide ribbon
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Sharyn Bloom first dreamed of becoming a writer back in junior high when a teacher praised her writing. In 2005 she made her first leap into publication with a local newspaper. She now writes for various websites as well as her own blogs, with a major focus on craft articles.