You’ll love this easy to make Halloween embroidery hoop wreath! It’s Such a fun Halloween craft to make without spending a lot of time or money!
We can’t stop making embroidery hoop wreaths! We love them!! We’ve made several different versions because they are so simple to make and have such a clean look. Have you seen our original pumpkin embroidery hoop wreaths that have taken over Pinterest? We love all the different versions we’ve seen. We originally shared our super simple Halloween embroidery hoop wreath tutorial on Eighteen25’s Spooktacular September series, but now offer the full tutorial here!
Be sure to hop on over and tell them hello from us anyway as they have a new Halloween recipe, decor or craft every day, all month long– yay!
Halloween Embroidery Hoop Wreath
More EASY Embroidery Hoop Wreaths to Make:
- Spring Embroidery Hoop Wreath
- Fall Embroidery Hoop Wreath
- Pumpkin Embroidery Hoop Wreath
- Christmas Hoop Wreath
Materials needed to make a Halloween Embroidery Hoop Wreath
Making this cutie was SO easy and definitely a kid-friendly craft… hot glue optional! You’ll only need a handful of supplies + a quick run to your favorite hobby or dollar store, mom win! Here’s what you’ll need to make your own Halloween embroidery hoop wreath:
- 14″ Embroidery Hoop
- Faux Greenery
- Witch Hat
- Mini Faux Pumpkins
- Witch Broom
- Yarn or Floral wire
- Hot Glue
Instructions to make a Halloween Embroidery Hoop Wreath
There are only a handful of simple steps to put the hoop wreath together:
- Place leaves on one side of the hoop and secure with yarn or wire.
- Place witch broom over leaves and secure with yarn or wire.
- Hot glue yarn to witch hat + pumpkins and tie over the broom.
- Hang with ribbon.
Step 5 is to enjoy your seriously easy new Halloween decor ’cause that is really it! In under 10 minutes and under $15 you can have your own Halloween wreath. Score!
Tips to making a Halloween Embroidery Hoop Wreath
There is an option to poke holes through the pumpkins OR to hot glue directly onto the broom, depending if you want to reuse the pumpkins for decorating around the house for fall after Halloween is over, (you can turn the Jack-O-Lantern faces around and BAM: instant fall decor!) but, typing them on for this specific project seemed more secure and long term. ?
We hung our new Halloween hoop wreath over a striped black & white sign to welcome guests into my home but you can also hang directly on the door, from a hook, or on the wall!
Just wook at those widdle pumpkin faces! I die!
We picked up all of our supplies from our local hobby store but have used these jack-o-lantern paper mâché pumpkins for the last few seasons and stock up because they’re the perfect size to pile and are so versatile!
Hope you enjoyed this easy project!
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