This hoop wreath is a simple statement of faith.
- embroidery hoop
- white and bronze acrylic paint
- artificial flowers of your choice
- basswood cross (can be found at a craft store-this is from Joann)
- hot glue gun and glue sticks
- fishing line (thin)
- Paint embroidery hoop white and allow to dry
- Paint basswood cross bronze and allow to dry
- Arrange flowers on embroidery hoop–add hot glue to hold in place
- Put fishing line through holes in the cross. Tie end to the clasp area of embroidery hoop
- Add twine to the clasp of the embroidery hoop in the length appropriate for where it will be hanging
Loop yarn is so soft and cuddly, I just had to try an animal wreath.
- Loop yarn
- Wire wreath form (I bought mine at Dollar Tree)
- Ribbon for the bunny’s head
- White and pink felt for the ears
- Twine or ribbon for hanging the wreath
- Fishing line
- Tie one end of yarn on wreath form, wrap yarn around wreath form until it is covered. You can see another example here.
- Make bow with ribbon and tie it to the wreath form with fishing line.
- Cut out ears with white felt. I free-handed this because it does not need to be perfect. Optional-cut out smaller pink inserts for the ears from felt and glue them to the white ears.
- Add twine or ribbon to wreath form between the yarn to hang the wreath.
I chose to reuse the black yarn wreath I made for Valentine’s Day and make it a Spring wreath. While I know black is not normal for Spring, I love the way the yellow flowers look against the black yarn.
- Loop yarn (your choice of color)
- Artificial flowers
- Basswood word (I chose hello to use for the front door)
- Twine or ribbon to hang the wreath
To create this wreath, please see the instructions here.
Green wreaths are my favorite to have hanging all year. They are perfect for interior doors and mantles to add warmth to a space. Of course, they are also great on the front door.
- Wire wreath form
- Green stems (I chose eucalyptus for the texture)
- Floral wire
- Easter eggs on ribbon (there are tons to choose from)
To create this wreath, please see my post on green wreaths here.
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