Embroidery Hoop Wreath for Fall

2 Materials
20 Minutes
When I fond this large embroidery hoop at our local restore I knew I wanted to make a Fall Wreath.

I made it completely live on my Facebook Page, which you can see here.
First I wanted the embroidery hoop to stand out a little bit like a frame so I used a Dark Walnut stain and stained the whole hoop.
I then found a fabric I had left over. I loved this natural cotton as my backdrop.

I designed the "fall" on PicMonkey and printed it out.

I centered the fabric and placed the fall paper behind it.

Then using a Sharpie marker I traced over the "Fall".
I then placed the fabric into the hoop, centered it, and pulled it tight.

I took Fall flowers I already had on hand and hot glued them around on the fabric.

I love the outcome! I also love that I can remove the fabric for each season and do something different!

Sorry there were no pictures during the process, because I did it live with my flowers on Facebook live.

I used everything I already had so this whole project only cost me $2 for the hoop from the ReStore!

What do you think?
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Suggested materials:
  • Embroider Hoop
  • Flowers
Tara Boettger
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