Sometimes simple is the best way to keep things when decorating for Christmas. Especially when there are so many things to do. Not only within your home but also with more important things. Like the kids and your family! So today I wanted to share with you a Simple Farmhouse Embroidery Hoop Wreath that took about 10 minutes to make! Sound like your sort of Christmas Craft?
Simple Farmhouse Embroidery Hoop Wreath
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- 1 packet of Pine Stems
- Christmas Berries
- Small Embroidery Hoop – 8″ wide
- Number Tag- I found my numbered tags in Ikea.
- Small Rusty Star – I have had the star that I used for donkey’s years but these ones from Amazon will do the trick. You also get 100 in a packet to use on other fun craft projects.
Step 1– Starting at the top of the hoop, wrap the Pine Stems around your embroidery hoop. Joining up the ends at the back of the hoop and continue all the back to the top.
Step 2 – Intermittently attach the Christmas berries by wrapping their stems around the hoop.
Step 3 – Attach the Numbered Tag and the small Star to the top of the wreath using jute.
And it is as simple and as quick as that! All ready for you to hang and decorate for Christmas. I also have been keeping an eye out for tiny embroidery hooks to make a smaller version to hang on my tree this year. The possibilities are endless with what you can do!
Don’t have time to make now? Be sure to PIN for later 🙂
Some other ways to decorate with numbers
Simple Ways using Numbers to Decorate