This gorgeous autumn embroidery hoop wreath is the perfect fall décor! Make this fall wreath in less than 20 minutes and use your favorite fall florals.
My favourite season has come around once again. I love sweater weather. There’s just no way around it. What better way to kick off my favourite season than with one of my favourite types of DIYs? A wreath! I’ve made a few embroidery hoop wreaths before (for spring, and Canada Day, and Christmas), but this is the first autumn-themed one I’ve made.
There’s just something about the simplicity of an embroidery hoop wreath. I can’t get myself to make anything else. Oh, and bonus! I’ve joined 8 other talented bloggers who are sharing their fall wreaths, which you can check out at the end of this post.
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Although I’ve been trending more towards black and white in my decor, I just couldn’t help but throw some traditional fall colours into this wreath. The wheat was a given. Does anyone know what those orange and yellow guys are supposed to be? Let me know!
Here’s what you need to make your own hoop wreath:
How do I Make an Embroidery Hoop Wreath?
For this wreath, I decided to spray paint my embroidery hoop first. However, I have made others before that I did not spray paint.
Whether you are making a wreath for fall, winter, spring or summer, the process is very similar and I explain it all in this simple DIY video!
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Have I inspired you to make a Fall wreath yet? Maybe if I haven’t, one of the wonderful ladies below can! Make sure to check out all of the great fall wreaths below!
If you like fall wreaths, you make like this Copper Pipe Wreath too!
Or, if you want to see the whole home decorated, visit my Fall Home Tour!