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Embroidery hoops are so popular right now. They are readily available, easy to use, and inexpensive. Their versatility lends itself to making something minimal to something elaborate.
This Christmas, miniature embroidery hoops are taking over my decor, which proves that sometimes it is the simplest and most affordable DIY Christmas crafts that make the biggest statement. Armed with my hot glue gun and some miscellaneous craft supplies, I quickly transformed these mini hoops into something that anyone can make. 1. This wire greenery is an easy way to add a natural look to these hoops. When strung on a jute twine and embellished with the perfect words, I get a festive little garland to hang on the fireplace. Maybe if I get the right look on my face and just point to this all month long, everyone will be on the nice list.2. How cute is this little gift card holder? With just two pieces of scrap fabric layered on each other, this little pocket holds a card and some fresh herbs for color.3. These ornaments were inspired by my Rustic Woodland Winter Wonderland Tablescape from last year that was adorned with faux fur and natural elements. I added a splash of color to the fur fabric and turned these plaid flannel scraps into bow hangers. These may be my new favorite thing on the tree.
4. This “rag” hoop uses some of the same flannel scraps and warms up the top of a candle lit mason jar.5. I always have a stash of various sized hoops in my craft supplies and I just couldn’t resist building a snowman, scarf and all, with three of these.6. My guests will find their spot at the table with these beautiful and fragrant herb place cards. I love this bold black and white fabric that works with any decor.
7. Admiring our Christmas cards from past seasons is the best! A decorative ribbon is all it takes to scatter these personalized ornaments on our tree.8. Heading to a party and need a hostess gift? These easy DIY tassels made from embroidery floss and baker’s twine hang from the hoop and make an ordinary bottle of wine more personalized. It can be repurposed as an ornament or a doorknob hanger too.9. A spring-loaded curtain rod, a few pieces of my black and white twill ribbon, greenery wrapped hoops, and these fantastic little house ornaments make my view at my kitchen sink a lot more fun. These may stay up all winter long.
10. I didn’t forget about the kids. Maybe by the time Christmas rolls around, I’ll be hiding these because of the noise they make, but for now, these adorable jingle bell tambourines are perfect for jamming to holiday tunes.
Which embroidery hoop craft do you want to make?
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