DIY Embroidery Hoop Wreath
Embroidery hoop crafts are perfect for Spring! Here, I show you how to make an embroidery hoop wreath in just a few minutes with a few supplies.
I jumped on the bandwagon and made my own minimalistic DIY embroidery hoop wreath in just a few minutes!
It’s the second Wednesday of the month which means it’s time for another Inspire My Creativity Link Party!
This month’s theme was embroidery hoops. I wanted to be super unique and come up with something never been done before. Yeah, that didn’t happen. Sometimes I think the PPD sucked the creativity out of my brain!
So, I decided to jump on the bandwagon of making an embroidery hoop wreath!
I had already made this wreath for our front door so I didn’t really need to make another big wreath.
Last year, I made a simple greenery wreath that paired perfectly with an old frame. It’s been sitting on our DIY farmhouse shelves for quite some time now.
I decided to sorta combine those two wreaths into one. Use the minimalistic feel of the gold hoop wreath combined with an old frame like the greenery wreath!
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Supplies needed for a DIY embroidery hoop wreath:
- Embroidery hoop
- Blue Ribbon
- Note: I really wanted to use velvet ribbon but I couldn’t find it locally. I think velvet would look even better!
- Glue gun
- I used lamb’s ear and mini roses
- Old frame
Step 1: Wrap the ribbon around the embroidery hoop.
I started by gluing the edge of the ribbon to the embroidery hoop.
Then, I wrapped the ribbon around the entire embroidery hoop twice and glued the edge to the hoop.
Step 2: Start attaching the faux flowers and lamb’s ear leaves with glue.
With the ribbon on, I picked off some flowers and the lamb’s ear I wanted to use. You see some blueberries in the photos above that I was going to use, then decided against it!
I glued the lamb’s ear pieces on first, slightly off-centered to the right. This hoop is small, so you barely need any flowers at all.
Last, I glued the two mini roses on top of the lamb’s ear!
The Finished Product: An easy embroidery hoop wreath perfect for Spring!
It’s so little and cute!
I cut a piece of the same blue ribbon into a much thinner strip and tied it to an old frame my mom picked up for me at a yard sale a few years ago.
I’m still kinda kicking myself for not getting the velvet ribbon because I think that would look better? Prettier? Nicer? Not sure of what word I’m looking for.
I do love how it’s not complicated, easy to make, small, and looks great paired with the gold frame!
I think my mom said this frame was 50 cents at a yard sale!
For now I have it set in our open shelves built ins in the living room. But, I have a feeling it may make its way over to the farmhouse shelves in our dining room soon.
Now, let’s see what everyone else made with embroidery hoops this month!
Remember to stop back next month for a new theme!
Wishing you a joyful day!
How to Make an Embroidery Hoop Wreath
This DIY embroidery hoop wreath is perfect for Spring! You only need a few supplies to create this simple minimalist-style hoop wreath.
- Embroidery hoop
- Blue ribbon
- Glue gun
- Faux flowers - mini blush-pink roses
- Faux greenery - lamb's ear leaves
- Old picture frame (optional)
- Attach the end of the ribbon to the inside of the embroidery hoop with glue.
- Then wrap the ribbon around the entirety of the embroidery hoop twice and glue the edge to the hoop.
- Start attaching the faux flowers and lamb’s ear leaves with glue. Attach the lamb’s ear pieces first, slightly off-centered to the right.
- Glue two mini roses on top of the lamb’s ear.
- Optional step: cut a piece of ribbon thinner and wrap it around the top of the embroidery hoop wreath to make a loop; then tie it to an old picture frame, so the wreath hangs in the center of the empty frame.
Your embroidery hoop wreath looks great in the frame! I will have to look for a good frame when I go to the thrift store next time so I can do a similar project.
Thanks so much Ali!
Love the wreath! So cute!
I’m sorry to hear about the PPD. I had it with my daughter and it definitely sucked the creativity out of me. I like to say that I had it for 6 years. 😉 Haha. If you ever need someone to talk to, send me a message. PPD is no joke. <3
Thanks so much Emy! It’s comforting in a weird way to know other people went through PPD, to hear their stories, to cry and feel together. What a crazy but wonderfully beautiful experience mothering is!
Fun! I love that you hung it on the empty frame.
This is super cute! I love the frame idea!
I love the simplicity of this darling wreath! It’s so perfect with the frame too. Such a great idea!
Thank you for a great explanation. I was looking online for a similar idea and really appreciate it
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