An embroidery hoop can be used not only for embroidering, they can become a base for a cool and very easy to make wreath. Though Christmas is a bit far away, I know that you guys are already thinking of it and getting ready more or less to avoid the fuss right before the holidays. That’s why today we are sharing the coolest
This simple wreath can be fast and easily made of an embroidery hoop, evergreens and pinecones plus a striped ribbon. You may craft it very quickly or invite your kids to make it, there’s totally nothing difficult here and no special supplies are needed. I love the simple rustic feel this embroidery hoop has!
Here’s a simple boxwood wreath using an embroidery hoop. I love the simplicity and beauty of this piece. It’s a rustic piece that can be made fast of boxwood you have or buy some boxwood and make it. Choose a romantic lace ribbon for a delicate look or go for a bold striped ribbon to create a contrast.
It seems like embroidery hoop wreaths are popping up everywhere lately, and it’s no wonder why. They are simple craft projects, and they are a fun option to try instead of a full, traditional wreath. Learn how to make a simple winter greenery embroidery hoop wreath. This easy to make wreath is perfect for decorating before or after Christmas and through the winter. It comes together in a snap, and they’re a great way for making your Christmas decor last through the winter.
This embroidery wreath DIY mixes craft and foliage, is rustic and speaks to the greenery trend. Though using fresh greens is a big trend around Christmas anyway, this yuletide wreath is minimalist and fun, perfect if you’re going for the hygge look this year. It is also one that will wow any visitors to your home – and, best of all, it doesn’t take much time to make. You can use lots of different greens for this make, such as traditional ivy, fresh greens, dried foliage or even fake florals if you’d like. It’s really up to you. This one is a modern take on a classic, is simple to create and one you’ll want to make time and time again.
This easy-to-make embroidery hoop wreath is the perfect way to incorporate trendy succulents into your holiday decorating this season. Combine the plants with red accents and small ornaments to create a modern take on a Christmas wreath that will wow your guests. If you use faux succulents, your wreath will last for years to come. If you decide to use real succulents, remove them from the foam when the season is over and plant them in a dish garden so you can continue to enjoy their beauty for seasons to come.
Here’s a really simple DIY Christmas wreath tutorial that does not require much time (or money) but looks beautiful on your door or above your mantel! Prefer faux greenery so that your wreath lasted longer or go fresh greens to fill your space with those sweet Christmas aromas! There’s also a video tutorial to make it easier, enjoy!
This embroidery hoop wreath is very colorful and features many details: it involves deer, bottle brush trees, mini LED wire lights and florals. Could you ask for more? Who knows! This wreath was a blast to make, and super easy. It will be a gorgeous decoration for both indoors or outdoors and will definitely catch an eye.
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This isn’t a long-lasting wreath but it’s very special and you can make it right before Christmas. It includes fresh greenery and blooms and as you can see the peony will only last perhaps another day, but the beauty of this project is that another bloom can be placed into the bottle later on. Just a small amount of water is necessary for the fading bloom, enjoy!
Say hello to this embroidery hoop mixed with fringe, florals and wood – it looks so boho and so inspiring! (We all know that boho decor is number one right now). Take it a step further and add in succulents and some gold detailing to make it the trendiest wreath on the block. Hang this wreath on your front door or in the foyer for all your guests to see.
Learn how to make these very easy upcycled Christmas wreaths from embroidery hoops using supplies that you may already have! Create a whole bunch of such small and cute wreaths for your Christmas decor – turn on your imagination!