I love embroidery hoop wreaths because there’s just a simple elegance to them that makes them look beautiful no matter where you hang them. They’re also easy and cheap to make. It generally only takes a couple supplies and a few minutes to create one of these beautiful wreaths to display in your own home. Now that’s my kinda project! 😉
I made this monogram embroidery hoop wreath, and even though the flowers are rather spring-like, I plan to hang this all year long in our home. It’s so bright and colorful, and the flowers are so cheery, you can’t help but smile when you see it. I painted the monogram a metallic gold color, so it shimmers ever so slightly when it catches the light. I only used the inner part of the embroidery hoop for this wreath, so I still have the outer part left for another project!
If you’d like to create your own monogram embroidery hoop wreath, check out the simple instructions below. The hardest part of the whole thing will be deciding where to hang it!
Materials Needed to Create a Monogram Embroidery Hoop Wreath
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Steps to Create a Monogram Embroidery Hoop Wreath
1. Paint your wooden monogram letter with the paint you selected, and let it dry.
2. Cut and arrange your flowers so they look the way you want them to around the embroidery hoop. Once you have the flowers positioned the way you like, glue them to the embroidery hoop.
3. Attach your monogram to your embroidery hoop. Glue thread or ribbon to the back of the letter, and wrap it around the top of the embroidery hoop. You might have to play with the placement a bit depending on your letter so it balances right.
4. Wrap some ribbon or twine around the top of the wreath to hang it up, and you’re all done! See, wasn’t that super simple?
Since this embroidery hoop wreath isn’t very wide and bulky, it really doesn’t have to go on the door. It’s light enough that you can pretty much hang it up on any wall in the home, which is what I plan to do! This is really the perfect decoration to hang in your home year-round, or you can play with it and make it seasonal depending on your flowers and colors. I think I see a Christmas embroidery hoop wreath in our future!
So what do you think? Ready to try your hand at making your own monogram embroidery hoop wreath? I’d love to hear what colors and flowers you’re planning on using for your own DIY embroidery hoop wreath in the comments! And if you enjoyed this post, you’ll love my newsletter. Sign up below for weekly craft, DIY, and home projects and tips!