Make a stunning and fun Hello Wreath with embroidery hoop and your Cricut Machine. This beautiful homemade wreath is perfect for spring!
Embroidery Hoop Hello Wreath Cricut Craft
This embroidery hoop wreath is a simple DIY project with easy to find supplies.
Even though this project uses a Cricut you can still create this wreath at home if you do not own a craft cutting machine (you will just have to simply cut out the “hello” text by hand).
Besides being an absolutely adorable wreath to make for your home, this wreath makes awesome gifts too!
The most expensive part of this project is purchasing the embroidery hoop. Idealistically you can create this wreath for under $10 as long as you do some smart shopping. So don’t go to your local crafting store and buy that $14 embroidery hoop. You can typically find embroidery hoops for under $5 at big box stores and sometimes you can even get lucky and find them at dollar stores (if you get that lucky make sure you stock up).
What You Need to Make a Embroidery Hoop Hello Wreath Cricut Craft
- 1 10-inch Embroidery Hoop
- 14-inch Square Grey Cotton Fabric
- White Heat Transfer Vinyl
- Lavender ¼-inch Ribbon
- Embroidery Thread in White
- Purple and Pink Craft Felt
- Hello Cut File
- Cricut Explore Air 2 or Cricut Maker
- Cricut Easy Press Mini
- Hot Glue Gun & Glue
- Embroidery Needle
How to Make a Embroidery Hoop Hello Wreath Cricut Craft
- Disassemble the embroidery hoop.
- Place the grey fabric squarely in the center of the embroidery hoop and reassemble the embroidery hoop around the grey fabric, trapping it in between the two rings.
- Using the white embroidery thread and needle, make a running stitch around the outside edge of the grey fabric in ½-inch lengths of thread showing, about ½ inch from the embroidery hoop.
- Download the cut file and upload it to Cricut Design Space. Follow the prompts to cut the lettering from the heat transfer vinyl and 3-4 spiral shapes for flowers from the purple and pink felt. Don’t forget to mirror your lettering design so you don’t waste any vinyl. When you are cutting the felt flower spirals, don’t forget to bond your felt if using a Cricut Explore Air 2 as opposed to the Cricut Maker.
- Make your roses by tightly coiling the spiral shapes in on themselves, making a tight coil. Hot glue the bottom of the coiled rose. Hot glue the roses onto the embroidery hoop on one side along the bottom.
- Weed your lettering design and place it face-down in the center of the cotton fabric square.
- Heat press the design in place, gently removing the backing sheet after the heating process is over and the design has cooled.
- Tie the ribbon onto the top of the embroidery hoop and hang on the door!
Loving this easy Cricut wreath idea, but no time to make it? That's a-ok. Just be sure to pin this to your favorite Cricut craft ideas board on Pinterest so you can find it again fast when you're ready!
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