DIY Floral Embroidery Hoop Wreath
Make your beautiful hoop wreath with dried flowers to hang on your walls!
Changing up your décor is always refreshing, and gets you out of your routine. Admit it, you’ve been mulling it over for a while, so now is the time to take action! To get you started, we’ve prepared this easy tutorial. With the help of the experts over at Seize Paris, we made an adorable floral embroidery hoop wreath.
If you’re not familiar with Seize Paris, take a moment to fall in love with all the creative ideas on their website! This young brand is THE reference in the 11th arrondissement of Paris for all things DIY, especially embroidery.
In this tutorial, you can choose from three hoop sizes: small, medium and large. Choose whichever best fits your décor! We chose medium one for ours.
Estimated time for beginners: 1 hour.
DIY floral embroidery hoop wreath in 4 steps
To make your wreath, you will need:
- Super glue
- Medium-sized embroidery wreath, 15 cm (6 in) diameter
- Assorted dried flowers in different colors: Wheat ears, yellow or orange Craspedia (Billy Buttons or Woollyheads), Stacice, Rice Flower, Pearly Everlasting…
- Tulle: pre-cut to 15 cm (6 in) diameter
Kick off with a mug of Løvely Break that you can enjoy throughout our DIY project! How can you resist the delicious biscuit and red fruit flavors?
Step 1: Make the frame using the embroidery hoop
Wedge the tulle between the two parts of the embroidery hoop. Make sure the tulle is nice and taut.
Step 2: Arrange your floral bouquet!
You are now at the best part of the project: choosing the flowers. Begin your arrangement by positioning the largest flowers first. The biggest flowers we have are the Pearly Everlasting.
Tip: Remove some of the petals from the bottom of the flower in order to create more surface area for gluing it later.
Be creative and have fun placing the other flowers in different positions.
Step 3: Your wreath starts to take shape
Glue the flowers on starting with the biggest ones. Press down with your finger for a few seconds before moving on to the next.
Step 4: Glue the final touches
Wait for the glued flowers to dry completely. Then, glue down the tulle at the back of the wooden hoop.
Your floral embroidery hoop wreath is done! Find a perfect spot for it on the wall or place it on your furniture.