This simple DIY Floral Hoop Wreath is a super quick project you can do to transition your front door from season to season!
I have to admit, I’m a bit behind on all of my spring to-do’s, but in my defense so much has happened in the last few weeks that has kept us all pretty occupied. Despite what’s going on in the world, it seems like we’re all finding little ways to make our homes feel more comfortable. I’ve created this simple DIY Floral Hoop Wreath so many times and wanted to share it here with you guys!
This easy hoop wreath is really so simple, doesn’t require a ton of tools or materials and can be transitioned from season to season. My favorite part about using floral tape is that it doesn’t require using a hot glue gun AT ALL! How many times have you burned your fingers using your hot glue gun? There’s way too many times for me to count so I only use it when absolutely necessary.
All of the materials can be purchased online and picked up curbside at your local Michaels store or via online shipping. I’ll probably be updating ours pretty soon and will be sure to share with you. And, since I created this particular wreath a little while ago and didn’t capture all the simple steps, but you can catch my fall wreath tutorial video HERE showing you my no glue wreath technique.
HOW TO MAKE A FLORAL HOOP WREATH
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- One 12 inch Embroidery Hoop
- 10-15 Floral Stems (I used Eucalyptus and Pussy Willow)
- 2 or 3 inch Ribbon
- Floral Tape
- Scissors or Wire Cutters (used for cutting the floral wire inside the stems)
WHAT TO DO
Line your stems along the side of your hoop to decide your placement and the length of your stems. Once you’ve created the look you want, cut the stems with scissors or wire cutters leaving at 1-2 inches of “stem”.
Use the floral tape to secure the stems to the embroidery hoop. Wrap around the hoop until your stems feel nice and secure. Half of your stems should point upward and half downward.
Wrap the ribbon around the tape to cover, at least 4-5 times and secure it with a bow.
So what do you think? My Easy DIY Spring Floral Hoop Wreath is so simple and there’s no glue necessary. You can easily up-cycle the embroidery hoop or stems to use from season to season.
Do you think you’ll create your own DIY Floral Hoop Wreath? If so, let me know down in the comments if you did!
Until next time,
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