For Day 6 of the 12 Days of Christmas I am showing you how to make a pretty bottle brush tree hoop ornament with a pink tree and copper painted embroidery hoop.
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It’s Day 6 and we are sharing DIY Ornament Ideas!
We hope you have been enjoying the 12 Days of Christmas series. We are having such a great time sharing Christmas ideas with you. There are so many talented bloggers participating and I have an ever growing list of things I want to make thanks to these ladies 🙂 It’s no secret that I love to make ornaments. Embroidery hoops are one of my favorite things to use in crafting and I’ve never once embroidered! You can see an embroidery hoop ornament I made with burlap here and an embroidery hoop wreath I made here.
Bottle Brush Tree Hoop Ornament
My Christmas tree this year will be decorated in pinks and metallics, so I went with that color scheme for this ornament. I love how it turned out and the best part is it was so simple and inexpensive.
- Bottle Brush Tree
- 4″ Embroidery Hoop
- Copper metallic paint
- Hot Glue Gun – You can see my favorite cordless glue gun here.
Start by painting the embroidery hoop in a copper metallic paint, then hot glue a strip of ribbon across the center of the hoop. I love the chocolate brown ribbon that I found in my stash. Cut a nice tail for the ends.
Next, hot glue the bottle brush tree to the bottom center of the embroidery hoop.
Finish it off by attaching ribbon around the top of the hoop for hanging. This is a simple, but pretty ornament and I can’t wait to show my completed blush and metallic tree next week! Enjoy the rest of the ornaments shared below!
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