DIY Embroidery Hoop Christmas Ornaments
These DIY Embroidery Hoop Christmas Ornaments are super fun and easy to make. Using these mini embroidery hoops you can create the cutest ornaments for your Christmas tree. Use the full tutorial below to learn how to create your own or watch the video on how I make these in less than 5 minutes.
I love DIY ornaments. In fact, they are some of my most favorite ones to hang on my tree. So when I made these DIY Embroidery Hoop Christmas Ornaments, you can say I probably went a little crazy.
I put together a quick 5-minute video showing you exactly step by step how I made these ornaments. Plus, I created the SVG cut files for you to download from the Resource Library so that you can create your own.
Watch the video tutorial below:
How to make Embroidery Hoop Ornaments:
Once you have all the materials you will need to set up an area to create. The dining room table or your craft table is a great place. I made this in front of my Dreambox cabinet as it has all my supplies within the craft storage cabinet at an arms reach.
You can also check out my Dreambox Setup in this video to see how I have it set up! I absolutely love the Dreambox setup. It really makes crafting so much more fun!
You will need to gather up about 5X5 inches pieces of fabric. You will need one fabric square for every one ornament you create.
You will also need the miniature-sized embroidery hoops. I like to get these and they come very quick!
Next, you will need heat transfer vinyl, you can use scraps, or if you are making 10-12 ornaments you might be able to get all 12 designs onto one sheet of heat transfer or iron-on vinyl.
Lastly, you will need some greenery and berries for embellishment. I like to use boxwood greenery wire. It’s very inexpensive, and you get a lot for the money. You can also use tiny poms such as these for the berries.
Once you have everything, simply press the design onto the fabric, and remove the plastic protective layer. Then, put the fabric square into the hoop. Fold over and hot-gue the remaining fabric edges on to the back of the hoop to secure it in place.
Using about 6 inches of boxwood twine, fold in the outer edges, and hot glue in place at the top center of the wreath. Then, glue 3-5 red poms on the greenery to create the berry look.
Add twine to the screw piece at the top of the embroidery hoop so that you can hang it from your tree. You’re all set! Hang from your tree and create as many as you like.
What do you think? These DIY Embroidery Hoop Christmas Ornaments would also be great to go along with gift tags on gifts or presents.