Embroidery Hoop Christmas Decor

Christmas is literally knocking on our door!  So, today I am sharing how to create this simple and quick Embroidery Hoop Christmas decor.  These would look so lovely, grouping a few together and making a festive holiday gallery wall… and you hopefully spotted this cutie during my Very Merry Christmas Home Tour.

Embroidery Hoop Christmas Decor, Delineate Your Dwelling

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Embroidery Hoop
Gold Foil Paint Pen
White Doily
Red Bakers twine
Mint colored Yarn
2 Collected pinecones
Miniature Tree

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First I wrote out “Merry” in my favorite gold foil paint pen on a white doily and set it aside.

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Cut and glue your baker’s twine to the very top of the pinecone and let dry.  Then glue twine to the top of your tree, as well.  Once it’s dried glue the end of the tree twine to the bottom of your pinecone.  Basically you are making a line of fun Holiday related mini items.

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I love the simplicity of these wall decorations.

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Wrap the tree/pinecone around the embroidery hoop and then secure the “Merry” doily to the back.  I also added a mint yarn bow for a final touch.

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Embroidery Hoop Christmas Decor, Delineate Your Dwelling

 

Have you created Embroidery Hoop decor before?  If so, tell me about it in the comments below!

Looking for more fun Christmas decoration?  You might want to check some of these out…
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21 thoughts on “Embroidery Hoop Christmas Decor

  1. Cute! You are so creative!! I wanted to let you know that I’m featuring this post tonight at the Create & Share Link Party (7:00 PM MST)! Congratulations!!! Can’t wait to see what you share with us this week 🙂

  2. Well I don’t think this project could be any more adorable if you tried! I loose track of how many times I pop over here for a peek and leave thinking “darn it” why didn’t I think of that! (only after a detour to pinterest to pin your ideas first of course!)

  3. I love that you have broken some rules here – embroidery hoop doesn’t necessarily mean you must use embroidery thread or fabric. Love the outcome.

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