I’m so excited to share this super simple tutorial on how to make an easy DIY hoop wreath for Fall! I love the simplicity and minimalism of an exposed embroidery hoop with just a few Fall embellishments added in. Now that it is officially Fall, I am ready to get all of my Fall decor out and add a few new creations to our home.
My first Fall project this year was my easy DIY hand lettered pumpkin – and it looks beautiful on our dining table! I wanted to add some simple touches of Fall to our front door with a wreath. These hoop wreaths have just the right amount of charm and they are super easy to make!
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- Embroidery Hoop
- Hot Glue Gun
- Hot Glue Sticks
- Faux floral stems / greenery stems
- Mini Pumpkins
- Twine / ribbon / string
I started by browsing the floral section at Hobby Lobby, and found some coordinating stems, flowers, and mini craft pumpkins. I also picked out a simple wood embroidery hoop (I chose the 15 inch size). Next I gathered up all of my supplies and started to trim off the stems of the flowers and greenery, so that they would fit nicely once glued down to the hoop.
Then I started arranging my greenery, flower and pumpkins along the wreath to get a visual of how I wanted them to look. I placed the arrangement below the wreath (too keep a visual of the finished product) and started to glue down the bottom layer of greenery.
After the bottom layer of the greenery was glued down I started gluing the top layer of the flower and the pumpkins.
Then my last step was to take some twine and loop it through the top to hang it. You could also use ribbon or string as well.
Now you can find the perfect place to display your wreath! It would look beautiful on a door, over a mirror, or on a wall! I love that it is so lightweight – so you can display it anywhere!
Wasn’t that easy?! I love simple DIY decor that doesn’t take too long to make, yet still makes a big visual impact! Have you ever made a hoop wreath? After you try it I’m sure you’ll get hooked on them like me! I’m ready to make one for each season!