DIY Fall Hoop Wreath

4 Materials
1 Hour

Make a gorgeous fall hoop wreath to hang on a door, wall, or over a mantel in your home for fall decor. This is an easy project that is fun to make.

Materials Needed to Make a Fall Hoop Wreath

Materials needed to make this project include:

  • Quilting Hoop (More sturdy than an embroidery hoop)
  • Gold Spray Paint
  • Fall Florals
  • Glue Gun

Prepare the Flowers

Cut the stems off of the flowers so that they can be glued flat to the quilting hoop. I used three large fall colored flowers that I found at Michaels. Two are fall colored Peonies and one a fall colored Dahlia.

Glue Flowers in Place

Use a good amount of glue to make sure that the flowers stay in place. Test the position of the flowers by placing them where you think they'll look good before glueing.

Add Accent Floral Stems

Add accent stems to either side of the flowers glued to the quilting hoop. I used two pieces of Eucalyptus and one piece of a fall accent stem on either side of the three main flowers.

Display Your Wreath

I displayed my wreath on our enclosed porch. Our house is on a corner and this is a spot where it can easily be seen by cars or walkers as they pass by our home. My neighbors have given me many compliments. This would also look great hanging on a brick wall or on a door. My brick wall had a hanger in place, so I didn't have to add wire to this wreath for hanging. If I did, I would suggest fishing line so that it wouldn't show.

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  • Brenda
    on Sep 17, 2020

    I love it. Simple and elegant.

  • Paula Skulina
    on Oct 12, 2020

    Thank you so much, Brenda! It was fun to make.

    I invite you to visit my blog for more fall ideas and also follow me on Hometalk so you don't miss any project that I post here.

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