DIY Fall Embroidery Hoop Wreath

Hey Y'all!
Today I'm guest posting for Paige from Reasons to Come Home while she's on her mission trip to Rwanda.
In honor of Paige’s love of Clemson I thought I’d share my Fall embroidery hoop wreath with y’all today.
Because it’s orange.
Let’s get started!
Here’s what you’ll need:
-embroidery hoop (Mine is a 18" hoop)
-fabric (I bought enough fabric to have about 4" of slack around the circumference)
-monogram
-spray paint
-hot glue gun/glue sticks
-burlap ribbon
-twisties (I used these to make my bow)
-floral wire
I used Lowe’s Valspar white satin spray paint to paint the wood embroidery hoop.
Plug in your glue gun so it'll be heated up enough to hot glue the monogram and bow later.
Once the hoop was dry I loosened the screw up top to remove the inner circle of the hoop.
Place the fabric over the outer hoop with the back of the fabric facing toward you.
Then put the smaller hoop inside the out hoop and tighten the screw.
Flip it over and before tightening completely make sure to pull the fabric taut so there are no wrinkles in your wreath.
Cut the excess fabric.
I used two pieces of floral wire to make a hoop to hang the wreath.
For the bow I used whatever I had on hand, so that included this white wired burlap ribbon and some leftover polka dot burlap.
Hot glue your monogram and bow and you’re done!
Overall this project cost me about $10 because all I needed to buy was the fabric and embroidery hoop and I still have a good amount of fabric leftover.
I just love how bright and festive it is with the orange chevron, and nothing is more Fall than burlap.
Happy Fall Y'all!

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