Make a Farmhouse Embroidery Hoop Eucalyptus Wreath in minutes following a few simple steps. This simple wreath is an easy DIY decor piece that goes beautifully in any farmhouse styled room.
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Farmhouse Embroidery Hoop Eucalyptus Wreath
It’s time for our monthly De-Stash Blog Hop. Every month a group of bloggers are challenged by C’mon Get Crafty to create a new craft or project from our own stash of goodies! Everyone is allowed a $10 allowance for necessities to complete their project, but the bulk of it must be created from their own stash of goodies. Check out some awesome creations you might be able to make from your own stash! This challenge is a fun one to participate in each month. I always like being motivated to use up some of the items that have been stashed away.
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Over the holidays, I tend to buy more crafting supplies than I have time to turn into the projects I have in mind for them. I bought these eucalyptus stems thinking I would use them for an arrangement. That didn’t happen, but Gloria mentioned that she would like to have a simple hoop wreath for one of her guest bedrooms made with them. She bought the hoop and I used other items I had on hand to make this for her.
Supply List for Embroidery Hoop Farmhouse Eucalyptus Wreath
- Embroidery Hoop
- Faux Eucalyptus Stems
- Faux Floral Bloom
- Wire Cutter
- Floral Wire
- Small Piece of Felt
- Hot Glue
Easy Steps to Make an Embroidery Hoop Wreath
Making a hoop wreath is super simple. Follow these steps and you’ll have a pretty decor piece in minutes!
- Decide on the placement for the stems and bloom. Try out different looks to see which one you like best. Position the bloom between the two stems or add both stems to one side of the hoop and add the bloom at the bottom of the stems. Try adding the stems to the top of the hoop. Continue to change the position until you’re happy with the placement. You might need to trim the stems if they are too long for the size hoop you have.
- Attach the stems, one at a time, using a combination of hot glue and floral wire. I used the glue first.
- Twist floral wire around the stem to help hold it in place. Attach the second stem the same way.
- Before attaching the floral bloom, cut a small rectangle from felt and hot glue it over the spot where the two stems meet. This will help to make sure there is a smooth surface for attaching the bloom.
- Cut the stem from the bloom and attach it with hot glue to the felt rectangle.
Making this took less than 15 minutes and much of that time was spent just trying to decide on the placement that I liked best for the stems and bloom. I always like finding ways to use items in my craft stash and especially so when they turn out just the way I wanted!
Gloria has it above the bed in one of her guest bedrooms. I love that she has a coordinated look with the eucalyptus pillow sham. (affiliate)
This is the smaller of two guest bedrooms that Gloria has in her home. It’s such an inviting space I think. In keeping with her farmhouse look, she uses lots of white in her decor and adds in small pops of color with accessories like the greenery of this wreath.Follow a few simple steps to make a eucalyptus farmhouse embroidery hoop wreath. #farmhouse #eucalyptuswreath #craftdestashchallenge Click To Tweet
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Farmhouse Eucalyptus Hoop Wreath