embroidery hoop wreath DIY for Christmas

Embroidery Hoop Christmas Wreath

The embroidery hoop Christmas wreath is one of my favorite crafts to freshen up your door for the holidays. While traditional wreaths are beautiful, I love having something on my door that looks more modern. The simple lines of the wooden embroidery hoop create a minimalist design that can easily be decorated many different ways depending on the flowers that you use!

I love a white and gold Christmas, so I decided to paint my wooden embroidery hoop with a really pretty metallic gold. Then I added magnolia flowers and leaves for that perfect rustic Christmas look.

This is a super simple embroidery hoop that you can make for your front door, or make and sell wreaths for your holiday side hustle!

Watch the Embroidery Hoop Wreath Tutorial Here


How to Make an Embroidery Hoop Wreath

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  • Embroidery Hoop (24 inch) (I bought mine at Joann’s with a store coupon & used my Ibotta app to get 15% cash back!)
  • Gold Metallic Spray Paint
  • Fake Flowers (I bought mine from Walmart for $3/2 blooms)
  • Glue Gun
  • Ribbon

Steps to Make an Embroidery Hoop Wreath

Here are the quick and simple steps for how to make an embroidery hoop wreath!

#1 Separate the Embroidery Hoops

Embroidery hoops come with an outside ring that has a screw at the top and an inside ring. For this wreath, I only used the outside ring.

#2 Spray Paint the Embroidery Hoop

Make sure you spray both sides, and spray in a back and forth motion. If you stay too long in one area while spraying you will create drips. Let dry.

#3 Cut flowers and hot glue in place.

Cut the flower stems down to about 1/2″ to 1″ in length. Then place the flowers where you want them to go on the hoop. Now it’s time to hot glue them in place.

#4 Tie ribbon at the top.

Add a ribbon to the top of the hoop so that you can hang the wreath on a door or as a DIY wall hanging. I made my flowers off center, so I added a dab of hot glue to the ribbon to keep the ribbon from sliding because of the weight of the flowers.

That’s it! Now you’ve got a lovely embroidery hoop Christmas wreath!

More Floral Hoop Wreath Inspiration

Here are more examples of some of my favorite floral hoop wreath designs!

DIY Floral Hoop Wreath

Christmas Holiday Hoop Wreath

Merry & Bright Hoop Wreath

Noel Christmas Hoop Wreath

Easy Christmas Hoop Wreath

Did you make an embroidery hoop wreath? I’d love to see what you came up with! Share in the comments below!


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