30 Minute DIY Embroidery Hoop Wreath

This is an image tutorial on how to make a embroidery hoop wreath

Easy DIY Embroidery Hoop Wreath

Spring is here!

Besides decluttering, something I love to do this time of year is freshen up my decor with lots of spring flowers.

A trend I’m seeing everywhere, and personally loving a lot, are embroidery hoop wreaths. These hoop wreaths are moden, simple, and perfect for spring!

Another great thing about these trendy wreaths is that they are so easy to make. All you need is 30 minutes, an embroidery hoop, some flowers, and a hot glue gun and you’re set. I made mine for about $5 each, which makes them super economical too.

For my weaths I opted in for a simple white embroidery hoop, bright white flowers, and some white ribbon. I really wanted to keep mine bright, white, and fun.

Scroll down for my easy tutorial with step-by-step directions, and ideas for your design.

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How I Made My Embroidery Hoop Wreath:

Supplies:

How to Make an Embroidery Hoop Wreath:

This is what the supplies looks like

Step 1: Gather all you supplies.

 

This is what the flowers will look like wen the stems are trimmed off

Step 2: Trim the stems on the flowers. I left about an inch of stem on each one.

 

This is how to lay your flowers out on your embroidery hoop

Step 3: Lay your flowers on your embroidery hoop to find an arrangement you like.

 

This is how to glue the flowers onto your embroidery hoop wreath.

Step 4: Use your hot glue gun to glue your flowers onto your wreath.
Tips:
– Glue the actual flowers and petals to the wreath. They will stick better.
-Remember the wreath will be hanging. Pick up your wreath often to make sure that it sits how you want it when it’s hanging. You may need to attach some flowers together or add more glue.
– If you’re using bigger flowers, add them first. Then fill in any gaps with smaller flowers and greenery.

 

This is how the wreath will look when it's finished

Step 5: Trim any stems you notice sticking out. Add some ribbon to hang – if you wish.

Then you just have to hang it up and enjoy! I did one with bigger flowers, and one with just little flowers:

This is what an embroidery hoop wreth looks like with little flowers all the way around  The is what a white embroidery hoop wreath looks like with big white flowers covering half of the hoop

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Here are a couple other ideas for these trendy hoop wreaths.

This is what a hoop wreath with Greenery and 'Happy' in the middleThis is what a wooden hoop wreath with a simple large flower looks likeThis is what it looks like if you hang hoop wreaths in a cluster on your wall.

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Embroidery hoop wreaths are moden, simple, and perfect for spring! All you need is 30 minutes, a hoop, some flowers, and a hot glue gun and you're set. I made mine for about $5 each, which makes them super economical too. Check out this easy tutorial with step-by-step directions, and ideas for your design.

17 comments

  1. Ashley says:

    At first I was like a wreath? Then I saw the finished product and loved it! You’ve broadened my horizons because I only related wreaths to Christmas lol.

  2. Jagriti Roy says:

    Wow!! you are such a creative person, I must say. I loved this new home decor and keeping it in house will definitely inputs some amazing feeling of spring in mind. 🙂

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