Quick and Easy Embroidery Hoop Wreath

       On a recent trip to the craft store, I couldn't help but notice all the beautiful embroidery hoop wreaths. 
Supplies needed for an Easy Embroidery Hoop Easter Wreath


And being the DIY gal I am I certainly wouldn't buy one when they are so easy to make. 


So on this trip, I bought an embroidery hoop instead. Wooden embroidery hoops are very inexpensive.


The rest of the supplies for this wreath came from bits and pieces of flowers and Spring items I already had at home. 

nest and bow for easy Spring wreath

This project could not be easier and when you're finished reading this post please visit my Thrifty Friends at the bottom to find more thrifty projects.

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Using paddle wire, I wrapped each piece of flower stem to the embroidery hoop.

Easy 30 Minute Embroidery Hoop Easter Wreath

When I had attached all the flowers I began gluing the nest and bow on with hot glue. 


The bow is just a simple back and forth ribbon wrapped in the center with wire and attached with hot glue. 

Easter Wreath with a Hoop

This wreath project was inexpensive to make and took less than 30 minutes.

Easter DIY Wreath

Embroidery hoops come in all sizes so the size of the wreath you make is up to you. 


Love Spring wreaths? 


Take a look at a couple more I made recently: 

Heart Shaped Spring Wreath.

Umbrella Wreath for the Front Door.

Green Plaid Rag Wreath.

Easter Embroidery Hoop Wreath

This is an easy technique for any holiday wreath you want to make.

            Easter Wreath DIY

Thanks for visiting and I hope you'll give it a try.

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spring wreath with overlay


front door with Easter Wreath

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Front door with Easter wreath


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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .

Comments

  1. Adorable - and you make it look so easy to make!

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  2. This is adorable. I love the graphic. I've been wanting to make one of these.

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  3. Pinned to my wreath board. Maybe I will be inspired to put a wreath out, however we are in the path of that midwest record breaking blizzard so I might have to move past a spring wreath straight to summer!

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    1. WTH? I couldn't live there I would probably slit my wrists if I had that much snow! LOL

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  4. Your wreath is beautiful, Susan! I love how simple but elegant it is. Perfect for spring!

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    1. Thank you so much Mary Beth! It was easy and quick to make!

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  5. What an adorable wreath! I have a few hoops and have been inspired to transform one.

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    1. Go for it girl! It only took a short time to make :)

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  6. Susan, this is super cute and so welcoming. I love the airy flowers you chose and the birds nest is perfect for spring.

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    1. Thanks so much Patti! I'm glad you like it, it was an easy project!

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  7. There is always something beautiful to see every time I visit your blog. I just love using embroidery hoops with crafts. Your Easter wreath is absolutely darling. Thanks for inspiring and encouraging me to make my own.

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    1. You are so kind Meegan, thanks so much and thanks for visiting!

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  8. Cute wreath. Where's your 10 on the 10th list? I didn't see it.

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    1. Thanks Cindy! You are on the wrong post for that LOL... not your fault I had 2 hops to deliver today... it's making me crazy not getting them confused!

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  9. Such a cute wreath! I have two embroidery hoops hanging on my wall right now that I've been meaning to make wreaths out of and I love your Easter version!

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    1. Thanks so much Courtenay! Go for it, it's such an easy project. It's hanging on my front door right now!

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  10. Oh my goodness...I love this so much! What a beautiful spring wreath idea! It looks fabulous on your door! So great getting to link up with you this week! <3

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    1. Thank you so much Kristi! It was easy to make and it's hanging on the front door right now!

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  11. What a sweet wreath, I love the plaid ribbon and the little nest! Great job!!

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  12. You've inspired me to search for an embroidery wreath in my storage building! Super cute and I'm so glad you've joined the Thrifty Style Team!

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    1. Haha go for it Jane, it's so easy and inexpensive to make!

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  13. How sweet is that wreath. I have wanted to make hoop wreath for some time, this may be the push that I need!

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  14. STUNNING! I guess I better get making one now.

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  15. That nest is just darling!!

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  16. Darling wreath--I love the addition of the postcard. I couldn't find a button to pin it to my pinterest board though--don't you usually have those?

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    1. Hi MSA, Yes! If you hover over any picture you should see a little PIN button in the top left of the pic. Click that to pin to wherever you want :) Thanks so much! :)

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