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    Make a Simple Hoop Christmas Wreath

    Make a Simple Hoop Christmas Wreath 

    If you are coming from Patina and Paint, welcome!  I am so excited to be part of this Christmas in July blog hop hosted by Terrie from Decorate and More with Tip!    I so appreciate being a part of this fun hop!  I hope you have fun visiting all of the bloggers participating!  

    Make a simple hoop Christmas wreath with a 24″ embroidery hoop.  If the decorations you add are not too heavy, you can divide the hoop and make two wreaths out of it. 

    For this Christmas in July blog hop, I just dug through my boxes of holiday greenery.  I selected some pieces of faux white pine and some pine cones. 

    Use a combination of hot glue and wire to secure the branches to the hoop. 

    Here you can see the wire I have used to secure the branches. 

    You can continue to add all of the evergreen you want.  Take a pinecone and a wire as shown. 

    Pull the wires up as shown above. 

    Twist the wires together as shown and now you can use the wires to attach the pinecone to the hoop. Repeat the same thing with two additional pine cones and add them to your hoop.  If you need to, add some hot glue to secure the cones.

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    Your wreath should be looking something like this now.  You could leave this like this and have a simple wreath.  I wanted to add a little more to my wreath.  I began with a pair of little antler ornaments with the strings cut off of them.  Secure the antlers to your pine cones and the hoop.  I found my antlers at Hobby Lobby, but Michael’s has them, too! A small bow tied from a classic plaid is enough to not hide the pine cones.  I decided to add a couple of more loops of ribbon, which is just enough.  This will look lovely for Christmas and winter. 

    Perhaps you are inspired and dreaming of what you will be creating for the holidays this year!  Only 153 days until Christmas! Now off to B4 and Afters!  

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    35 Comments

    1. I love how this turned out. Especially because it’s not symmetrical! And you make it look easy. 🙂 Glad to join y’all today. Pinned

      1. Thanks so much Cindy, wreaths and swags are easy for me. Painting, stenciling, I am still working on those skills!

    2. Chloe, you always inspire and this is so pretty.

      Pinned!

      Cindy

      1. Thanks so much Cindy! My dad always says he has no idea how I come up with the ideas!

      1. Thanks Leanna, I thought the antlers added a little bit of that winter feel to the wreath, too.

    3. You amaze me at how you create wreaths. I love how simple this wreath is but looks like you spent all day creating it. Thanks for the tutorial. I am sure this is going to be made by a lot of our followers this Christmas season. Very pretty. Love the ribbon you picked for the wreath.

      1. Oh Terrie, you are so kins. No, only took about a half hour for me. Of course now I have to store it for a few months! Thanks so much for hosting this fun hop!

    4. I love these wreaths and what a great affordable project! I’ll for sure have to try making these.

      1. Thanks so much Danya! It took me a few tries to realize these hoop wreaths don’t need much added to them at all. I have a tendency to “over-decorate” things!

    5. I’ve never decorated with antlers– what a nice touch to your wreath. I like it!

      Liberty

      1. Thanks so much Liberty. Unless you live in a log cabin, I feel like Christmas and winter are the only times to bring out the antlers!

    6. Chloe your crafts are always so pretty, this wreath is no exception! Love the antlers.

    7. Jessica Simmons says:

      So so beautiful! I love the simplicity of the hoop but so festive!

    8. Love the simplicity of this wreath, Chloe. Hoops are the best. The antlers are a cute and whimsical addition.

    9. I am going to make this wreath and I have a Christmas tree small red lantern ornament that lights up that I am going to hang under the pinecones and ribbon. Love your ideas and tutorials!
      Thank You!!!

    10. You know, I didn’t see the hoop at first and thinking how pretty it was attached to the wicker chair.

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