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Changing your decor in can come monthly or seasonly – at least for me! These Fabric and Embroidery Hoops make the changing of styles EASY and CHEAP!!
When it comes to decorating, I change things quite often – with the changing of every season or holiday and sometimes more. Around my house, there is always something in progress in every room!
I don’t have a little girl at home anymore so my craft room/office is my girl haven! I had a small spot that just lacked something but I couldn’t figure out what. It sat untouched for almost three years! I’ve seen some tutorials around the web for similar projects and so I thought this was the perfect easy and cheap solution until I decided what I wanted there permanently.
I actually LOVE it and so it might be the permanent decor that it needed!
Here’s how you can make your own Fabric and Embroidery Hoops:
- Embroidery hoops of multiple sizes – you can get the colored ones or get the wooden ones. Remember, I wanted this to be a cheap project so I opted for the wooden ones.
- Coordinating fabric – whatever matches your room and your style
- Coordinating ribbon – this is optional
Taking your first fabric, open your embroidery hoops and place a single layer of fabric over the bottom hoop.
Layer the top hoop over the bottom hoop and tighten.
Turn over and trim the excess fabric.
Repeat with other hoops and coordinating fabric.
OPTIONAL – using coordinating ribbon, hot glue to the edges of some of your hoops.
In Ruffled Daisy fashion, I had to use the ruffled ribbon!
What’d I tell ya? SIMPLE!
I added a frame that I had in another spot that worked PERFECTLY! I also used some tissue paper party balls and I think they were the perfect addition!
These Fabric and Embroidery Hoops are perfect all around in my eyes!
Do you have a little girl that would love to have this in her room!
You could find a similar frame at your local Goodwill store and just paint it to match her decor. You could put a canvas behind it to add some art or do like I did and add a Fabric and Embroidery Hoop.
What do you think of these Fabric and Embroidery Hoops? I’d love for you to share it with your friends on social media and PIN it so you have it for later!
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