See how easy it is to make a gorgeous DIY winter wreath using embroidery hoops and winter stems.
Hello! Michelle from Our Crafty Mom back today with a quick and easy embroidery hoop winter wreath. Before we get to this lovely project, I’d like to wish you all a very Happy New Year! It’s hard to believe it’s 2020.
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DIY Embroidery Hoop Winter Wreath
I’ve talked before about how much I love wreath making. It’s probably my all-time favorite craft.
Embroidery hoop wreaths are inexpensive and can be used in all kinds of home decor. Keep an eye out at thrift stores because you can usually find them for a dollar or two.
I feel like a front door wreath is such a warm and welcoming way to greet guests. The first thing I do with a change of season or holiday is to update the wreath on my front door.
One thing I try to share on the blog is that it does not have to cost a lot of money to have pretty things in your home. I’m always very conscious of creating things that are budget-friendly.
This winter wreath was only about $10 to make. Most craft stores have weekly coupons for non-sale items.
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How to Make a Winter Wreath out of an Embroidery hoop
I’ll show you step-by-step how to make your own simple DIY winter wreath!
1. Paint the embroidery hoops
You can leave the embroidery hoops the natural color, or paint them as I did here with metallic paint.
2. Cut the winter stems
3. Wire the hoops together
Use floral wire to secure the two embroidery hoops together.
4. Attach the winterberry stems
Start hot gluing the long winterberry stems along the left side of the embroidery hoop.
5. Glue the hydrangeas to the hoops
Attach the winter hydrangeas around the bottom and right side using the hot glue gun.
See how easy that was? This winter wreath can be hung inside or outside on a covered porch. You could even add pops of red to it if you wanted to use it for Valentine’s Day as well.
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I hope you enjoyed this DIY winter wreath. Have a great day!
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