Fun Projects for Your Extra Embroidery Hoops
Periodically on the blog we like the share some fun and creative ways you can use those extra embroidery hoops around the home or as decor! Today we’re sharing some fun projects that you can do with your kids or on your own to add some new accessories to your home. These projects even make great gifts for your friends and family. So find your favorite ideas, stock up on embroidery hoops (or collect your extras), and spend the next few months crafting gifts in your spare time!
If you want a fun project to do with your kids that will also serve as a beautiful, homemade decoration in your home, then this project is perfect for you. Grab your extra embroidery hoops, some colored tissue paper, feathers, glitter, paint, and a few other supplies and you’ll be making these colorful, beautiful suncatchers in no time! And they allow your kids to get a little creative! Click the link above for the full tutorial.
Whether you have a newborn baby who sleeps peacefully, leaving you plenty of time to craft, or you have an expecting friend, this Triangle Mobile project is perfect! You can customize the mobile to look however you want, to match any nursery. You just need the right fabric or even scrapbook paper! And the best part is, even if you don’t put it in a nursery, it can make a great decor piece anywhere in your house! Click the link above for the full tutorial.
Embroidery Hoop Door Wreath
Don’t you love giving your home or apartment extra curb appeal with a seasonal wreath out on your front door? Using colorful flowers in the summer and traditional greenery in the winter? What if you could create a gorgeous, eye-catching door wreath that would stand out from your neighbor’s and last for years? We’ve got your solution! Make an Embroidery Hoop Door Wreath. And we’ve got a few different options for you to choose from, depending on the season and what kind of wreath you prefer. It’s not only a great craft, but it serves as a decoration for your home as long as you keep it!
The first option (pictured on the left above) is completely different from what you normally see on a door wreath and brings a charming, unique look to your home. And you can click here for the full tutorial on that one!
The second option is a more traditional wreath that you can use on your front door or as holiday decoration around your home. All you need is a hoop, a glue gun, and some fake greenery! You can find the full tutorial here.