Floral Hoop Wreath

DIY Cottage Style Wreath

I have always loved do-it-yourself projects. From sewing to crafting to painting, you name it, I’ve tried it. Even as a little girl I loved sewing and doing crafts with my grandma. When I got married and had my own house to decorate, I filled it with all my home decor projects. Fast forward to life with three little kids and I don’t have nearly as much time to get creative. Pretty much any project I take on needs to be done during nap time.

This floral hoop wreath is a simple and quick project that even I have time for. Seriously, it only took about 30 minutes from start to finish and I love how it turned out.

Follow these easy steps to make you own.

Supplies Needed:

  • Two different types of fabric flowers
  • Faux greenery
  • Wide ribbon
  • 14 inch embroidery hoop
  • Floral wire
  • Wire cutter
  • Hot glue gun


Step 1:

Loosen the screw at the top of the embroidery hoop to remove the inner hoop. We will not need the outside hoop for this project.



Step 2:

The flowers and greenery come in bunches attached to one large stem.  Use the wire cutter to separate each flower/branch from the main stem.


Step 3:

Now is the fun part! Start arranging the flowers and greenery along the bottom end of the hoop.  I put the flowers toward the center and the greenery along each side but you can arrange them however you prefer.  Secure each individual stem to the hoop with floral wire.  Wrap the wire around the stem and hoop in two places to make sure they stay put. Use the wire cutter to remove any excess stem. Don’t worry if the back looks sloppy. You won’t be able to see it once the wreath is hanging.



Step 4:

Cut a 12 inch piece of ribbon.  Bring the two ends together around the top end of the hoop and fold the top edge over. Use the glue gun to connect the ends. Press down down with your fingers for about 10 seconds while the glue dries.


And that is all there is to it! Something about floral decor just makes me happy so I hung this wreath on my front porch for a gorgeous pop of color. It would would definitely work as an indoor wreath as well.

Lola and Everley wanted to get in on the crafting action too!


What is your favorite DIY home decor project?

About Hannah Bayn

I’m Hannah, wife to my high school sweetheart, mother of three amazing kiddos, and a part-time ER nurse. What began as an effort to start cooking healthy meals for my family has turned into an inspiration to live a more self-sustainable, healthy lifestyle. My husband and I are both passionate about our journey towards starting our own homestead one day. For now, we live on a few acres out in the country where we raise chickens for eggs and meat and grow a large garden every year.

35 thoughts on “Floral Hoop Wreath

  1. Hannah! This is so funny because I was searching a good diy tutorial for these yesterday and couldn’t find one! I want to make a whole bunch of them for my baby shower in October to hang around the room.. how much did you figure it cost per wreath? Cheap greenery, right? And the embroidery rings can be super cheap with coupon to Michaels, yeah? Love yours so much!!

    1. Hi Lizzie! That is such a great idea for a baby shower! I’m sure it will look beautiful. The total cost was approximately $15/wreath. The 14 inch embroidery hoop is about $3.50 at Michaels. You could even use the outer hoop also if you covered the screw at the top with ribbon. I bought all the supplies last minute and didn’t have any coupons but you could definitely save on the cost if you had a few to use. And sometimes Michaels or Joanns will have really good sales on their fabric flowers and greenery.

  2. Wow, how pretty are these! I just ordered a truckload of silk petals of Aliexpress for a DIY project, and I have loads leftover. I might be able to improvise for something similar 🙂

    1. Thank you! I bet you could make it work. Maybe sew the petals together to make flowers and then hot glue them to the hoop?

    1. Thank you for stopping by the blog and pinning! It would look great on a door. I would love to see how your wreath turns out!

    1. I’m not good with complicated projects at all so I always keep it pretty straightforward. Thanks for reading!

  3. This is Great! My blog is all about DIY and crafting, so this is something I’ll definitely add to my favorites! It looks great. I think I’ll give it a try.

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