Today I am excited to bring you our Spring Holiday Craftacular Party once again! I am sharing this Simple Spring Hoop Wreath with you and three other bloggers (see below!) are sharing their Spring crafts as well.
This hoop wreath has a special spot on our front door! I saw this aztec/triangular fabric with Spring colors and GOLD at Hobby Lobby and it is what sparked my creativity for this project. I decided to find felt and ribbon in matching colors and decided to add a wooden 'A' to the wreath as well. This was an inexpensive, fun and quick craft- the best kind IMHO!!
Here are some more photos of the Spring Hoop Wreath:
How to make your own Hoop Wreath:
I used two embroidery hoops, fabric, felt that matched the fabric (SO glad Hobby Lobby had some Spring colors available!), ribbon (I didn't use the gold roll) and a wooden A! As you can see, you can create this wreath for under $10!
Cover the one hoop in fabric.
I created three rosettes in felt for the wreath. I have a tutorial on how to make felt rosettes, click HERE to see it. I made the center rosette larger than the other two rosettes.
Hot glue your two hoops together. Then, paint your initial and hot glue it on after it dries.
Then, make a pretty bow for the top! You can find a lot of bow tutorials online, or you can use a Bowdabra to help you make one.
And, then you have yourself a gorgeous hoop wreath for the Spring! Enjoy!
Spring Holiday Craftacular Party
Make sure you check out the other great posts by my fellow craft bloggers. They have great project ideas and beautiful Spring Crafts to share with you. Take a look below!
Easy Panel Curtains from Mom Home Guide.
How to Make a Terrarium from Momma Lew.
DIY Magnolia Flower Ball from Beautiful Living.
Simple Spring Hoop Wreath from Curly Crafty Mom.
I hope you enjoyed this Simple Spring Hoop Wreath! I've also included some of my old Spring wreath posts below, be sure to check them out:
Early Spring Felt Rosette Wreath
Split Pea Wreath with Burlap Bow
Scrappy Pom Pom Wreath
Now it's your turn to link up your Spring themed posts. We can't wait to see what you have to share with us and we will pin our favorites to our Spring Craftacular Pinterest Board!