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Embroidery Hoop Rustic Twine Wreath

I’m all about simple and elegant for home decor. And I love a good DIY wreath for hanging on our front door or even inside the house. This embroidery hoop rustic twine wreath is one of the simplest wreath crafts you can find.

Embroidery Hoop Rustic Twine Wreath

The flowers are easy enough to find at any good craft store, or you can even find some at your local dollar store. I always have a good selection of paper and fabric flowers on hand for crafting, so I just looked through my stash to find these neutral ones.

Supplies:

Embroidery Hoop Rustic Twine Wreath

Directions:

Begin by adding a dab of glue to the end of the twine. Press it to the side of the wooden loop. Allow to dry.

Once secure, start wrapping the twine around the loop. Wrap tightly as you go.

Embroidery Hoop Rustic Twine Wreath

Once the entire loop is covered, add a dab of glue to the end of the twine and press it to the inside of the hoop to secure it nice and clean.

Add a generous amount of glue to the back of each paper flower and press to the corner of the wreath. I layered three flowers next to each other but you can add them in any arrangement you wish. Allow to dry.

Embroidery Hoop Rustic Twine Wreath

Once the flowers are securely in place, you are free to display your rustic wreath. Hang as is or add additional twine or ribbon for hanging.

Embroidery Hoop Rustic Twine Wreath

For such a simple craft, it is really pretty and adds a touch of country flair to any area you want to create a vignette.

Check out some of my other wreaths below!

Burlap & Foam Dollar Store Patriotic Flag Wreath

Mason Jar Lid Wreath Ornament

Simple and Elegant Holiday Wreath Using Dollar Store Materials

 

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