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Easy DIY Embroidery Hoop Ornaments

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Easy DIY embroidery hoop ornaments that you can make in minutes.

Yes, I realize that this is still the first week of November. Why, you might ask, am I talking about Christmas? Frankly, as bloggers, we must share our creative ideas well in advance of each holiday. Just like all major magazines do. This affords you the opportunity to gather supplies and materials to make your own holiday and Christmas crafts. You will be prepared for whenever you decide to decorate. Today I’m easing in with easy DIY embroidery hoop ornaments.

It seems lots of people are ready for the Christmas holidays. Some of you have already decorated your homes. Which camp are you? Early starter or wait until after Thanksgiving? 

Let’s Get Started

SUPPLIES:

  • Assortment of miniature craft bottlebrush trees
  • 4″ embroidery hoop rings
  • Elmer’s Glue
  • Faux Snow
  • Ribbon
  • *Optional – greenery and red berries for embellishment

I liked this assorted pack of Christmas trees as the trees are different sizes.

For this embroidery hoop ornament I used Elmer’s Glue. Feel free to use the glue of your choice.

This faux snow was in my craft supply stash from last year.

  1. Glue a large tree to the inside of the hoop ring.

2. Add a second, smaller tree next to the large one. Let dry completely.

3. Pour glue over the bottom edge of the ring, under the trees.

4. Sprinkle a generous amount of faux snow on top of the glue. Be sure you have good coverage. Let dry completely.

5. Optional – Embellish with a bit of greenery and red berries.

6. Add ribbon for hanging.

I made several of these embroidery hoop ornaments in a short amount of time.

The hardest part is the waiting time for drying.

They turned out super cute and look great on the tree.

I chose the black and white buffalo check ribbon for its classic look.

Hopefully you have been inspired in some small way today.

We will be sharing more Christmas goodness over the next several weeks!

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7 Comments

  1. Mother of 3 says:

    That is darling! I have a few hoop ornaments left from another ornament craft and was trying to think of something else to use them for. Pinned.

  2. This is so creative you guys! I love the snowy effect you gave these gorgeous ornaments and how easy they were to make too. Your step by step guides are always so helpful. Can’t wait to see more of the tree. I know it’s going to be amazing! Hugs, CoCo

  3. Hi!
    Wonderful idea. It seems awesome and great idea for Christmas. The snowy effect brings more beauty in it and it is wonderful work.
    Thanks for these ideas to share with us.

  4. These are really cute bottle brush tree ornaments! Love the black & white plaid ribbon with them too. Pinned

  5. I love Christmas decorating! If I had a choice my house would look like a Christmas. I want my house to be beautiful and welcoming at Christmas. So with that in mind, I’ve found some amazing Christmas decorating ideas that won’t break the bank, and ill help you stay on budget while decorating my house.

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