See how easy it is to create a simple and elegant Valentine’s Day Hoop Wreath that can be quickly transformed for every holiday and season!
Hello friends! I hope you’re not tired of my wood slice embroidery hoop wreath transformations yet, because today I’ve got her dressed up for Valentine’s Day! I love that so many of you sent suggestions for future versions of this wreath when I said I want to switch it for each holiday/season! If you’d like to create one, follow along with the video or step by step tutorial below!
DIY Valentine’s Day Hoop Wreath with Wood Slices
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- Embroidery Hoop with Wood Slices
- 2 large English Roses and some cut off’s from these pink English Rose stems and some greenery (I used faux eucalyptus that I had leftover from Christmas)
- Glue gun
- Cricut Maker or Explore
- XOXO cut file
- Cricut Light Pink Metallic Adhesive Foil
Start with a stripped embroidery hoop wreath with wood slices. If you haven’t created one of these with me yet, you can find the tutorial here.
Cut branches off of greenery and flower heads off of stems (leave about an inch of stem to insert into the embroidery hoop).
Add a couple of greenery stems to the embroidery hoop with hot glue.
Slightly loosen the clamp of the embroidery hoop and insert the stems of the larger roses in between the 2 hoops. Tighten clamp to secure stems.
Add additional small blooms around the large flowers with hot glue.
Open XOXO cut file in Cricut Design Space and cut letters in material of your choice. The Cricut makes it so easy to switch out the letters each season!( If you don’t have a Cricut, you can use another cutting machine or large stickers). Apply letters to wood slices.
Hang your Valentine’s Day Hoop Wreath with a ribbon or wreath hanger.
What do you think of the Valentine’s Day version? Please keep your ideas coming, I’m a little on the fence for the lettering for the spring version. 😉