I don’t know about you, but I’m kind of obsessed with wreaths! They are a simple way to update your home for any season or occasion. I’ve seen embroidery hoop wreaths everywhere and since I had a stash of hoops from making streamer chandeliers for my daughter’s birthday party a few years ago, I decided it was time to make a hoop wreath myself. I originally shared this last year as a guest post for Carrie and now that spring is peeking its head, it’s time to share with you again! This was probably one of the easiest wreath’s I’ve made, and it turned out super cute! Scroll down for the tutorial!
~ Supplies ~
Faux flowers, stems and leaves
12″ wood embroidery hoop
Welcome wood sign or any sign you’d like
Gold spray paint
~ Instructions ~
Spray paint your embroidery hoop and wood sign. I sprayed mine with matte gold and liked how it gave the wreath a more finished look. Spray with any paint you have on hand or keep it natural! Allow to dry.
Cut a piece of ribbon wider than the hoop. Glue the wood sign to the center of the ribbon. Unscrew the top ring on the embroidery hoop to separate the hoop. Lay the ribbon with the wooden sign centered and about 3/4 of the way to the top. Reassemble the hoop. Trim the excess ribbon to your liking.
Separate your flowers, leaves, and stems. Place the leaves down first then layer the flowers on top. Secure with floral wire. There is no right or wrong way to do this! Rearrange the placing until it looks right to you.
Cut a second section of ribbon and loop around the top of the hoop to hang. That’s it! I love how it brightens up my entryway!
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