I don’t do a lot of embroidery, but I do have a bunch of embroidery hoops. Such is the life of the consummate crafter. Loads of crafting supplies that you know will eventually get used.
For today’s DIY, I grabbed one of my neglected embroidery hoops and gave it new life with the help of my Canon PIXMA TS9020 Printer and the Canon PRINT App, that made it really easy to create a borderless black & white photograph of our family.
- Borderless Letter Sized Photo Print – to get a black and white print using the Canon PRINT App, simply toggle the “Grayscale” Settings option into the “On” position and you can quickly turn your color photo into a black and white print. It’s simple!
- 10″ Embroidery Hoop
- Paper Flowers
- Circle cutter
- Wide ribbon
you’ll also need a hot glue gun and a pair of scissors!
Use the circle cutter to trim your photo
Place ribbon down the middle of the embroidery hoop and secure into place by tightening the outer hoop.
Use hot glue or a tap runner to adhere the circle photo to the ribbon
Adhere paper flowers along the edge of the wreath using hot glue
This project was completed in partnership with Canon. All projects, photos and opinions are mine, mine, mine! Thanks for supporting the collaborations that keep the lights on in this joint!
12 thoughts on “DIY Embroidery Hoop Wreath Frame”
Now that’s my kind of embroidery…lol…Love it!!
I apologize if I missed this on your blog before…is that pink palm wallpaper? It’s beautiful, please tell me more! Thank you!
The temporary wall paper is from Spoonflower! They have a ton of different options .
This frame is so sweet…I love the flowers!
Just love it! What a great cheap DIY project. Must try with granddaughters.
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Where did you get the flowers to cut?
Which size print do you suggest for the photo?
You did it again! What a clever way to “frame” your beautiful family. I could do that, so I’ll get busy and make one or two. Thanks again.
I saw this on Pinterest and thought it was so pretty. It’s easy to do, so I couldn’t resist making one myself. I got a thick embroidery hoop. I needed one that was wide enough to handle a thicker, bunchier wreath. I also got some floral wire (not pictured) and a beautiful piece of ribbon from the fabric store. Gorgeous! It was really easy to do, and now I have a wonderful wreath to hang on my door for all of spring. I have asked resume writing service to add this skill in my CV. I am already thinking of making another one for the holidays. I’m so glad my friend told me about this blog.
The result is truly amazing. Now frames for your portraits and paintings can be made to order. There are specialized services that will take into account your wishes, I found one for myself here https://www.customframingwholesale.com/fine-art-posters/ . This is an amazing solution.