No kidding, it snowed here yesterday! In April! Hopefully spring will be coming soon 😉 Meanwhile, I’ll be doing my best to help it along with this super cute Floral Embroidery Hoop Wreath. I love how it turned out and how simple it was to make! I’ve got all the tips and tricks on how to make an embroidery hoop wreath, so you can make one for yourself.
This is a sponsored post as part of the Michael’s Maker’s blogger team. Spring is all about new beginnings. After the hustle and bustle of the holidays and getting gifts for everyone else, it’s time to treat yourself (and your space!) With bright florals and fresh projects, Michael’s helps you MAKE all things spring! You can check out allllllll the cute spring supplies from Michael’s HERE.
Floral Embroidery Hoop Wreath
This spring wreath will come together in no time! Let’s get started! I found all the supplies at Michael’s.
–Large faux flower bloom
–Small faux flower bunch
–Large embroidery hoop
–Turbo Tacky Glue
Floral Hoop Wreath DIY – Video Tutorial
Yep! Lucky you, I have a VIDEO TUTORIAL today! If you prefer step-by-step photo instructions, I have that right below the video – best of both worlds!
Making a Floral Embroidery Hoop Wreath for Spring
First up, using wire cutters, cut the top of the flower away from the stem, leaving about 1/2 in. of the stem attached to the flower (for attaching to the embroidery hoop). Cut the small flower bunch into smaller bunches.
Once all floral design elements have been cut, lay out your wreath and arrange to see which placements you prefer. Try lots of different flower placements to see which appeals to you best.
Once you know your general layout, it’s time to start attaching everything to the hoop! I started with the center element, for me one of the large flowers, and worked my way out from there. I opened up the hoop a little bit, creating a “crack” between the 2 pieces. I then put a generous amount of glue on the small remaining stem of the flower:
Then, I was able to push that stem into the “crack” of the embroidery hoop. Attaching them like this really helped secure those large flowers.
Then I arranged the smaller flowers and greenery onto the hoop on either side of the large center flower. Use clothespins to hold them in place, I attached them with glue. I did this BEFORE adding more larger flowers, that way the smaller flowers are placed behind the larger flowers.
Once those were in place then I was able to add the additional large flowers, using the same method as before, pushing the stem into the crack of the embroidery hoop. The large flowers also helped hold those smaller flower bunches in place.
You can then glue on any additional leaves as desired to ad more depth to your spring wreath.
Then just top it off with a simple ribbon around the top – that’s all there is to it!!
I think it turned out soooo cute and I love the Spring Vibe that crafting can bring to my front door! Enjoy making a Floral Embroidery Hoop Wreath of your own!