Hello Ella Claire readers! It's Shannon again from AKA Design. Today I'm sharing a simple holiday wreath that can last from late fall all they way through to the end of winter.
Embroidery Hoop Wreath
With just a few basic, inexpensive supplies, this wreath can be made in just about any size depending on the embroidery hoops chosen.
And it coordinates with any decor by simply switching out the ribbon!
- embroidery hoop
- faux greenery (ferns, cedar, etc.)
- glue gun, glue
- 1/2-1 yard ribbon
1. Disassemble embroidery hoop. Set aside one circle.
2. Remove several pieces from the faux greenery. Since the greenery is fake, it should be very easy to remove each piece.
3. Using a glue gun, attach one piece of the greenery to the embroidery hoop.
4. Repeat Step 3, gluing on consecutive greenery pieces. Make sure to glue them on in the same direction. Fill the hoop.
5. Cut a length of ribbon and hang wreath on a window, canvas, hutch or cupboard door for the season.
See didn't I tell you it was simple? (My favorite kind of craft!)
Here are a few more of our Christmas/Holiday embroidery hoop crafts.
Snowflake Embroidery Hoop Ornaments
Easy Burlap Christmas Ornaments
Have you made any wreaths lately? Have you used embroidery hoops to create any other crafts?
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These are great instructions. I hope I can make one. Thanks so much
Simple ideas are always the most beautiful.
Shannon's wreath is just lovely.
Sweet! Love the little wreath and I especially like the burlap embroidery idea. So cute.
I'm going to make it, I have all the materials, Thanks!
such cool ideas!!
I'm heading for the thrift store on my lunch hour!! What great ideas and so simple and sweet. Well done you!!