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Grab an embroidery hoop, some Christmas greenery, and ribbon to make this simple evergreen hoop wreath- a fast and easy DIY project perfect for Christmas!
Originally this evergreen hoop wreath was going to be a double hoop wreath. However, I quickly learned that with the extra weight of the center ornament, and the double hoop, that the weight was not going to be distributed equally for it to hang properly. Instead, I made this project even more simple by making just a single hoop wreath. Seriously, this tutorial is SO easy to make your own simple evergreen hoop wreath in minutes. Check it out!
Step by step instructions
If desired you can paint the hoop wreath but do that first before starting the rest of the project. I chose to leave mine natural, but a nice crisp white would look so good with this hoop wreath project.
First, start by using wire cutters to snip off pieces of the evergreen bunch. My bunch came from Michael’s, but use whatever strikes your fancy.
Next, arrange each piece of greenery in your desired pattern and attach them to the embroidery hoop with paddle wire.
In the center, wrap ribbon around the hoop to cover the stems. Use some hot glue to secure the end of the ribbon to the back of the embroidery hoop wreath to hide any seams.
Attach the center snowflake crystal ornament using a drop of hot glue to the ribbon on the hoop wreath. Then secure with paddle wire. This is why I chose silver wire so that it would blend in with the snowflake ornament. Choose a color similar to your embellishment so that it doesn’t stand out.
Optional: Add some ribbon to the top of the embroidery hoop to hang the finished wreath from. Or, hang the finished simple evergreen hoop wreath on a wreath hanger for your door like I did.