How to Make a Rustic Country Wall Hanging With an Embroidery Hoop

Posted by Jennifer Snyder

This short video shows you how to throw some country charm together and make a great wall or door hanging for any occasion.

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Create a rustic country wall hanging or unique gift - the twist? The frame is a wooden embroidery hoop.

We have a short video to show you how easy it is to throw some country charm together and make a great wall or door hanging for any occasion.

This wreath or door hanging is easy enough to make for each season. Hang it on your front door to welcome visitors (and show off your fabulous crafty talent!). The wood embroidery hoops come in many different sizes making this a great project for holiday, birthday and anniversary gifts and personalized shower and party favors.

Wouldn't this be a wonderful project to make for the teacher? Say "no" to the ho-hum coffee mug teacher gift and make a grand and amazing gift with your child instead. The teacher will thank you a million times over.

Products Used

Canvas Corp - Burlap Sheet - 12x12

Couture Creations Vintage Rose 12" x 12" Paper - Vintage Blooms

Couture Creations Vintage Rose 12" x 12" Paper - Line Of Flowers

Couture Creations Vintage Rose 12" x 12" Paper - Rose Header

10" Wood Embroidery Hoop With Round Edges

Clearsnap Donna Salazar Mixed Media Inx - Peaches

Clearsnap Stylus Tips - oval

Clearsnap Stylus Handle

Petaloo Mini Florals in White

Pearl Trim

Prima Vines

Tim Holtz Distress Ink - Crushed Olive

Raffia

Spellbinders Tool N' One

Spellbinders Shapeabilities Romantic Vines

Beacons 3-in-1 Adhesive

Ranger Nonstick Craft Sheet

Ribbon

Wood Skewers

Here are some close ups:

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Enjoy our short video tutorial!

Tips and Tricks when using dies:

In the video, I used a Spellbinders die - the Romantic Vines. This particular die has very small delicate cut that can lead to a love/hate relationship with dies if you are not prepared. At Blitsy, we want you to love each and every die, even the most intricate and delicate.

Learn how to love all your dies. Make sure you catch the valuable, time-saving, frustration-ending tip in the video!

Happy Crafting!