Floral Spring Wreath from an Embroidery Hoop

Even though the weather here in Maryland is still too chilly for me, the calendar says it’s Spring! That means it’s time for some new front door decor! Recently, I’ve been seeing a new trend of wreaths made from embroidery hoops over on Pinterest, so I decided I’d give it a try. Here’s how I created a Floral Spring Wreath for less than $20 in 20 minutes! Take a look…

Floral Spring Wreath

Floral Spring Wreath

Floral Spring Wreath Supplies:

14″ Embroidery Hoop

Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks

Burlap/Jute Ribbon

Wooden Word or Letters

Assorted Silk Flowers and Greenery

Wire Cutters

All of my supplies came from my local Michaels. They had Spring Flower Bunches on sale for $5 each {regular $10} and I bought two identical ones.

Assembling Your Floral Spring Wreath:

Step 1: Open the embroidery hoop and secure the ribbon inside it.

I placed mine about 1/3 of the way from the top. You can position yours wherever you like it best. Trim the ends of the ribbon. I left mine longer, extending out from the sides of the hoop, but you can also trim it so that you don’t see any of the excess.

Step 2: Glue your wooden word to the ribbon.

I chose the word, “home,” but there were also some other great words in the wood section at Michaels. You can paint your word, or you can leave it natural like I did. I liked the way the dark wood looked on the natural colored ribbon.

Floral Spring Wreath

Step 3: Arrange and glue your flowers in place around the bottom of the hoop.

First, you’ll want to disassemble the little bouquets and get each flower by itself. Trim the stems with wire cutters. Then, place the flowers where you want them and use hot glue to secure them in place. I started by placing greenery on each side, then alternated types of flowers; pink rose, white rose, small flowers, pink rose, white rose, and so on.

Floral Spring Wreath

I kept my flowers in a symmetrical pattern because that’s how my brain works, but you can arrange yours in any way that’s pleasing to your eye. Once everything is glued onto the hoop, your wreath is ready to display!

Floral Spring Wreath

That’s all there is to it! I made this wreath in about 20 minutes one evening after the kids had gone to bed. It’s a quick and simple project that adds a gorgeous pop of Spring to your front door. What do you think? Don’t forget, if you like it, why not put a Pin on it?

Floral Spring Wreath

Be sure to check out these other Spring Wreaths and Easter/Spring craft projects from the archives!

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