This Holiday Hoop Wreath is a simple inexpensive choice that matches truly any holiday décor. You can swap out the colors on this with ones you prefer, or use the same I did to create a simple and truly elegant look that fits on your door, mantle, or any wall during holiday decorating this season. Simple and elegant is always important to me when it comes to crafting.
Holiday Hoop Wreath
I find using yarn gives a rustic look, but choosing the white color adds elegance. If you aren't sure about where to find these supplies, I found many at my local dollar store, but most craft stores will have some variety of yarns and felt flowers to choose from. Add this to your holiday décor, or even tuck into a gift basket to gift to friends and family!
Can I Make My Own Felt Flowers?
Of course, you can! If you've ever done any paper quilling or made paper flowers, the process is the same. Simply cut the felt into long strips about 1" wide, and roll them together to form the flower. Adding fringe or scalloped edges is what gives each flower a unique look. Using different colors can help you bring your own style or holiday décor to look together easily. You could even make these with fabric if you prefer!
- Wooden embroidery hoop
- Thick white yarn
- Assorted felt flowers
- White or silver glitter
- Hot glue gun
- Hot glue sticks
- Craft glue or spray adhesive
- Add a dab of glue to the end of the yarn and press it to the inside of the hoop. Allow it to dry.
- Start wrapping the yarn around the hoop. Make sure you wrap tightly.
- Continue wrapping until the entire hoop is covered. Secure the end of the yarn with an additional dab of glue.
- Decide where you would like to position the flowers prior to gluing. Once you have decided, add a generous amount of glue to the back of each flower and press to the hoop. Hold in place until secure.
- Thin out a little craft glue with water OR use a spray adhesive to lightly coat each flower. You DON'T need a lot, just a little to make the flower feel tacky.
- Sprinkle the flowers generously with fine glitter. Shake off extra glitter.
Hang on your front door, above your mantle, or on a wall. You can even make a variety of these in different sizes to create wall art with a truly unique look!
More Holiday Craft Ideas
- Rustic Christmas Wreath Tutorial
- How to Make a Rustic Deer Mason Jar Ornament
- Upcycled Christmas Frame Craft
- How to Make an Easy Decoupage Christmas Ornament
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