This DIY embroidery hoop wreath is the perfect addition to your rustic Christmas decor. This project started much like the others, with a trip to the thrift store! Which if you know me, is my absolute favorite place to shop for supplies. I always keep my eye open for wood hoops, wood utensils and any other pieces that can be repurposed.
When I’m not thrifting I am raiding the scrap wood pile for supplies. That is exactly why I created Roost + Restore Supply; to give people access to the wood you need to make your projects come to life! Shop our scrap wood projects to get started on your next DIY!
Supplies for an Embroidery Hoop Wreath
- oblong embroidery hoop
- greenery picks
- floral wire
- embellishments of choice
One of the most essential elements that brought this embroidery hoop wreath together are the faux hard needle pine picks I found at Walmart for $0.97.
I started by laying the picks out on the hoop to get an idea of where I would actually attach them.
Then, using floral wire, I secured the picks in place. Simply wrap the wire around and twist several times until the pick is nice and snug against the hoop.
Repeat this step for the remaining picks.
Once your picks are in place, make (or buy) a bow to attach where the picks meet. I used a technique here that I like to call the fold and twist bow with pine cone embelishments.
You can create this look by layering your fabric strips from largest to smallest. (my favorite for this style is burlap) Tie the fabric layers in the middle with another strip of fabric. Twist each piece of fabric close to the center. This is what will create a nice full look for your bow.
I added some adorable mini pine cones for embellishment in the center to top it off.
Once the picks and the bow were nice and secure, I added a little special touch of a wooden word. Browse our selection of wood project supplies here.
Glue your word to the bottom of the hoop to finish the rustic yet simple look.
Y’all that is literally it! A beautiful embroidery hoop wreath that will add the perfect rustic touch to your Christmas decor this year.
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