Make a simple and elegant DIY Christmas Embroidery Hoop Wreath in minutes that can be easily transformed from season to season!
Happy Sunday my friends! I hope you’ve had a wonderful weekend! While I didn’t achieve my goal of finishing my Christmas decorating this weekend, I got to go to Ohio State’s last home game of the year and I made a fun Christmas wreath for my front door. So I’ll consider this weekend a win!
You guys! You know how I love a twofer, right? I loved my embroidery hoop fall wreath with wood slices so much that I couldn’t bring myself to pack it up with the rest of the fall decor so I decided to transform it into a Christmas embroidery hoop wreath!
This was incredibly easy to put together and I’m taking votes on upcoming versions, see below! 😉 Follow along with the video or step-by-step tutorial to make one for your door as a gift!
DIY Christmas Embroidery Hoop Wreath with Wood Slices
- 14″ embroidery hoop
- Wood coasters
- Hot glue gun and glue sticks
- Assorted greenery and berry stems (Mine came from Michael’s and Hobby Lobby)
- Wire cutters
- Letter stickers (I made these with my Cricut Maker and red adhesive foil)
You can see the step by step tutorial for making the base of the wreath here if you’re starting from scratch or watch this video.
If you’re starting with the fall version like I am, remove the fall florals and fall sticker. By the way, thank you to those of you that sent me photos or tagged me in your posts with your versions of the fall wreath! I was so inspired and excited to see all of your creativity!
Cut the greenery with wire cutters in varying sizes. Lay out the placement of your greenery before starting to glue so you get it exactly how you want it.
I love making stickers with my Cricut… these red adhesive foil stickers are not your craft store’s stickers! Feel free to use my cut file here to make your own!
Hang with your favorite Christmas ribbon (check out my clever tip for hanging a wreath here).
I shared how to make it an everyday wreath but now the challenge is on to transform it for every season! I already have my idea for a post-Christmas winter version and here is the Valentine’s Day version and the fall version!