DIY Embroidery Hoop Christmas Ornaments – Easy to Make & So Festive!
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These DIY embroidery hoop Christmas ornaments are the perfect addition to your tree.
Love homemade ornaments?
Consider making these beautiful and simple DIY embroidery hoop Christmas ornaments! They’re so darned cute using a trendy Buffalo Plaid print, but feel free to customize to your liking.
This would be such a fun craft night idea to create with friends!
I try to make a homemade ornament each year because I LOVE personalizing my tree, and they make such fun present toppers or small gift ideas. These embroidery hoop ornaments are some of my favorite DIY decor pieces I’ve ever made. 🤩
Don’t have a vinyl cutting machine? No worries!
You can make similar embroidery ornaments using the same fabric but different appliques. You could glue pre-cut felt or white paper embellishments to the front, glue white buttons, or even stencil a design using white craft paint. You could also order pre-cut vinyl shapes and words from an Etsy shop.
Look around your local craft store for some fun ideas, or here are some alternatives I found online to consider:
- small re-usable holiday stencils
- glitter embellishment stickers
- alphabet stickers
- deer head stickers
Embroidery Hoop Christmas OrnamentsPrint
- 3-inch or 4-inch embroidery hoops (I used some of both sizes)
- red and black plaid fabric or fabric of choice
- white heat transfer vinyl (iron on)
- vinyl cutting machine, such as Cricut or Silhouette
- hot glue gun and glue sticks
- bendable faux greenery and faux red berries
- ribbon or yarn for hanging on tree
Embroidery hoop cuteness overload!
Oh… my… these are ADORABLE! I’m obsessed with plaid, so these are right up my alley – and I loved making them. Last year, I displayed all my ornaments together on a mini tree in my kitchen!
I love that you can completely customize this craft idea for your taste and use your favorite fabric pattern and desired shapes or wording. So fun!
This Christmas craft can also be done on a much larger scale!
I bought a beautifully made embroidery hoop Christmas decor item at a craft fair this year and am using it on my holiday-decorated mantel. It was made basically using the same technique as these smaller ornaments except with a large 12-inch embroidery hoop and different designs. So pretty!