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This Embroidery Hoop Wreath with Wood Slices makes a great fall door decoration and with an easy switch can be used for any season year round.
I’m a big fan of versatile decor… I love my seasonal and holiday decorations but don’t have the budget (or storage space!) to totally switch out my decor for every season. That’s how I came up with this embroidery hoop wreath. It’s an easy DIY that can be done in less than 30 minutes and takes only a minute to change for the season.
Sound good to you? Let’s make you one too! (P.S. I also made my first DIY video for this embroidery hoop wreath! Check it out below.)
Embroidery Hoop Wreath with Wood Slices
- 14″ embroidery hoop
- Variety of florals
- Floral or wire cutters
- Glue gun
- Wood slice coasters
- Letter or number stickers
Starting with the florals of your choice, trim the stems to various sizes (the lengths can be adjusted more later if needed). I used a blush hydrangea, some blush small dahlia stems and some season filler stems. Can you tell I’m really digging the blush trend?
Slightly open the clamp on the embroidery hoop and slide the base of the largest focal flower in. Add a couple drops of hot glue and tighten the clamp screw.
With hot glue, attach a couple of large leaves removed from the large flower and some of the brown filler floral pieces on both sides of the focal flower.
Begin filling in with the smaller flowers, attaching with hot glue, trimmed to various heights, tapering the height down as you work out and away from both sides of the focal flower.
Place letter stickers on wood slices in the word of your choice. Attach the wood slices to the inside of the embroidery hoop wreath and to each other with hot glue.
OR add number stickers to make your embroidery hoop a versatile year-round every day wreath.
Hang wreath with ribbon, jute or wreath hanger of your choice.
EMBROIDERY HOOP WREATH VIDEO TUTORIAL
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