Create a stunning Succulent Embroidery Hoop Wreath with this step-by-step tutorial. Add a touch of nature to your home decor today!
Welcome to Our Crafty Mom! Do you find that once the Holidays are over and you get your house back in order, that you are looking to change things up?
When January rolls around I always find myself looking at what I have on the walls or even on the tables and craving something new or switched out from another room.
Check out this beautiful faux succulent hoop wreath for a unique craft project.
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Faux Succulent Embroidery Hoop Wreath
I’m a huge fan of succulents and was thrilled when I saw gorgeous faux succulents from Afloral.
These succulents are so realistic looking and while I know succulents are easy to care for, faux is even easier!
You get a great look without the worry.
Rustic farmhouse style appeals to me so I knew immediately I would use these succulents in a natural wreath.
Originally I was going to use a grapevine wreath but when I hit my craft closet, this embroidery hoop jumped out at me. Here is what I used:
Supplies for Succulent Hoop Wreath
- Faux Succulents
- Embroidery Hoop
- Styrofoam Square
- Ribbon or Twine
- Hot Glue
- Wire Cutters
You can stain the hoop if you want, but I kept it natural.
This picture shows a painted blue one, but I changed my mind and used a natural hoop.
Take a small piece of foam and press the hoop into it adding a little hot glue to secure it.
Cut apart the succulents and trim them so they are a good length for the foam.
Use hot glue to secure it. You can space them out however you like.
They look good on the side as well, but I decided to go with them centered.
Add silks if you like, but I chose to stick with a greenery look.
Then just hot glue moss to cover up the foam. Hang it with a ribbon of your choice.
I used twine to keep with the rustic look.
This wreath is so versatile. In the first picture I hung it on a large Chalkboard.
But, I love how it looks on a stained piece of scrap wood on my Mantel.
This is my first time working with Afloral and I am so impressed with the quality of the products.
I also received some gorgeous silk flowers which I will be sharing in another post.
They are so realistic-looking that the only way you know they aren’t real is if you touch them.
As someone who has been crafting for 30 years these are some of the best silks I have seen.
My niece is getting married next year and is looking into the wedding flowers at Afloral .
They not only carry silk flowers but everything you need to plan a wedding including lighting, decorations, and home decor.
But Afloral is not just for Weddings, I fell in love with the rustic line of birch vases shown here:
Photos courtesy of Afloral.com
Don’t forget to come back and let me know if you make this fun little project!
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Wait…here are even more DIY succulent projects:
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- Galvanized Bucket Hanging Planter
- Wine Cork Succulent Magnets
- Indoor Plant Wall with Faux Succulents
- Mason Jar Succulent Planter
- Mini Truck Succulent Planter
- Succulent Pumpkin for the Teal Pumpkin Project
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