Christmas Decor Ideas Using Embroidery Hoops
Hi Everyone, I can’t believe it is already December and I am just now sharing some of my Christmas decor ideas with you all. Embroidery hoops seem are all the rage, I love how embroidery wooden hoops are being used in Christmas decor as wreath, they can be dressed up or down to create the perfect wreath for Christmas or any seasonal wreath for that matter. Today I am sharing a Christmas Decor Ideas using embroidery hoops on a rustic white washed shutter, along with some embroidery wreath ornaments.
Supplies used to create a Simple Christmas Shutter with Embroidery Hoops
2 small embroidery hoops
lambs ear greenery
You are probably wondering why only 2 embroidery hoops right? Because I wanted to save on cost and wanted to create some adorable small wreath ornaments for the Christmas tree. By taking the embroidery hoops apart and only using 2 of the outer embroidery rings and one of the inner embroidery rings, I not only had 3 for the Christmas shutter, ( I used two with the screw adjustments and 1 without for shutter) but I now had two inner rings to create some embroidery hoop wreath ornaments, you can see those down below.
Shutter Christmas Decor with Embroidery Hoop Wreaths
To get started, I gave the shutter along with the out side of the embroidery rings a coat paint by white washing them and let dry. Taking 3 of hoops, lambs ear greenery and 1 ceramic embossed “Happy Holidays”ceramic ornament the wreath for the center was created. The other two wreaths were done the same way not using the ceramic ornament.
using a hot glue gun run a bead of hot glue a the top of the hoop, down each side long enough to attach the lambs ear greenery to the hoop.
attach the ceramic ornament and add ribbon bow. So simple and so cute right? Last year I used black and white with red in my Christmas decor and loved it so much I decided to use again in this years Christmas decor so this should makes a perfect addition to what I already have. For more ideas on Black, White and Red Christmas decorations you can see those ideas her at these links:
Once the wreaths were made each embroidery wreath was hot glued to the center of the shutter. The two hoops with the hardware were placed at the top and bottom of the wood center piece that operates the opening and shutting of the shutter. Using the opening of the embroidery hoop with screws, they were screwed tightly in place.
I mentioned above that I made some Christmas ornaments with the embroidery hoops, they were made the same way as the center wreath on the shutter using a variety of Christmas ceramic sayings. I love how these turned out and how quick and easy they were to make.
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