Looking for a Fall project to try? This Easy DIY Fall Hoop Wreath is a quick and gorgeous way to bring fall into your home.
I love the change of seasons.
Redecorranging all over my house.
Swapping out decor.
But most of all, it’s because I get to share in an amazing blog hop with friends where it’s a round robin of blogs sharing their latest projects with you all.
So, another round of I DIYed that is in full swing and there is lots of Fall decor inspiration to find today. If you are coming here from Areeba’s Blog, Mint Candy Designs – welcome! I was swooning over her gorgeous bedroom – and that shade of blue, weren’t you?!
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Today, I am so excited to share an easy peasy, budget friendly way to DIY a wreath.
Easy DIY Fall Hoop Wreath
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Oval Embroidery Hoop
Preassembled Burlap Bow
Greenery of your choosing
I used Dried Eucalyptus, Dusty Green Maple Leaf, Lambs Ear Bush, Sage Green Pumpkin, and Green Sunflower Stems
Wire Cutters to trim each stem
First, I start by trimming each stem. It makes this DIY so much easier, working with single pieces rather than a large bundle. Plus, you may have leftovers to use on another project!
Next, you want to hot glue your greenery directly to the embroidery loop. I start with the larger pieces and work my way to smaller stems.
At the end, you’ll have a hefty amount of hot glue, but that’s easily covered with a big piece of greenery.
My pumpkin and two sunflowers came with long wire stems. I simply wrapped them around the hoop, secured them with hot glue, and placed a leaf over top to hide the wrapping.
These premade bows are the best! I am not very gifted at bow making and honestly think if there’s an easier solution, take it. And I added a hint of sage ribbon to compliment the green hues.
That’s it! Isn’t it so lovely?
That oval hoop is a rock star! There is so much real estate to place different greenery.
I adorned the wall with my tobacco basket and vintage printers tray. This Easy DIY Fall Hoop Wreath was the perfect centerpiece!
Tarnished silver and a tray filled with old chandelier crystals are the icing to the cake!
Simple, easy, monochromatic.
Plus – since it’s made with hot glue, you can swap it out with each season! I see lots of Hoop Wreathes in my future!
So now it’s time to hop over to the next blog on the list for more fall inspiration. Bree from The Homemaking Momma is one of my favorite bloggers and you will just love her DIY Fabric Pumpkins!
Be sure to give her a visit! You can also check out all the other fabulous bloggers linking up today by clicking below.
I DIYed That Fall Blog Hop
Jordan from A Blue Nest
Amy from Cuter Tudor
Kendra from Joy in Our Home
Areeba from Mint Candy Designs
Jennifer from Noting Grace
Bree from The Homemaking Momma
Kelly from The Tattered Pew
Taylor from Uniquely Taylor Made
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