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How To Make A Wagon Wheel Wreath From An Embroidery Hoop

While checking out a barn sale, I found the largest embroidery hoop I’ve ever seen!. Today I will show you how to make a wagon wheel wreath with it. 

Wagon Wheel Wreath

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We are excited to be back sharing thrift store makeovers with you! I’ve seen a sneak peek of the projects this month and all I can say is WOW!

There are some talented ladies in this group.

It is so cool to team up with people who love thrifting as much as I do. I’m trying to get my daughter to love it and she’s definitely getting better, but at 22 she would prefer to hit Sephora or Ulta 🙂 

I stumbled upon this really cool barn sale one day and knew from the outside it was going to be filled with treasures and it was. Look at this beautiful barn: Barn Sale

The woman who owns the shop was so sweet and was laughing at my excitement. It was hard to narrow down what I wanted as my mind was spinning with ideas.

Here is what I ended up with: An old wire spool for $15 (score) that I hope to turn into a table:

old wire spool

Large corbels that will either grace a window, doorway or maybe a shelf:

 corbels

And finally this extra large embroidery hoop that is about the size of a hula hoop:

 large hoop

How To Make A Wagon Wheel Wreath From An Embroidery Hoop

Wagon Wheel Wreath Our Crafty Mom

You ready for the price? It was $3-can you believe it? I scooped this baby up and went right to the craft store to buy small dowels to fit in the hoop.

This came into the craft store with me so I could make sure I bought the right size dowels. It barely fit in the carriage and I did receive a few strange looks.

But I was on a mission. Here are the dowels I picked up after I gave them a quick coat of black paint: dowels

The embroidery hoop received the same black paint and I added a top coat of silver metallic: close up painted hoop

Now that the embroidery hoop and dowels were painted, I used my trusty cordless glue gun to secure the dowels. I will go back and add nails though, as it is not as secure as I would like.

  dowels secured to hoop

Now I needed something to go in the center of the hoop to try to make it look more like a wagon wheel. Luckily, I had a wood slice in my stash that was the perfect size, so I gave that the same coat of black paint and hot glued it to the center. This also made the dowels more secure:  wood slice for center of wreath

It still needed a little something so I added a smaller chunky wood slice to the center and I was much happier with how that looked: small wood slice

Finally, I added gorgeous extra large frosted succulents and peonies that were on Christmas clearance at 80% off. Just because something has glitter on it doesn’t make it Christmas, right? 

These flowers can definitely be kept up at least until Spring! I secured them with wire so I can change them out if I get bored with them: flowers

This wagon wheel wreath will be hung over my bed, but I didn’t have a chance to do that yet. I will definitely share an updated picture when it is in its new home.

Wagon Wheel Wreath

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I love to use embroidery hoops in crafting. Here are a few other ideas using hoops:

 

hanging embroidery hoop succulent planter

 

Get the directions here. Get the directions for this Winter Hoop Wreath here.

 DIY-Farmhouse-Style-Winter-Wreath

 

You can get the directions for the succulent hoop wreath here. Thank you so much for visiting Our Crafty Mom!

 

embroidery hoop wreath

 

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Julie Briones

Sunday 3rd of February 2019

Great inspiration... very imaginative, Michelle! Thanks for sharing on Homestyle Gathering! Hope you'll be with us again on Tuesday!

Kristin Dunn

Sunday 3rd of February 2019

How creative and perfect for spring! I love the succulents that you used for embellishments and can definitely see this wreath on a mantel with lots of other farmhouse decor!

Carol

Sunday 3rd of February 2019

You are amazingly creative. I love the finished wheel with succulents and flowers. Can't wait to see it over your bed.

Julie

Thursday 31st of January 2019

What a clever idea, and so pretty too. I love the sound of you at the craft store with your big ol' hoop in tow! I also love the idea that you've wired the flowers and plants so you can switch them out. Very practical.