My favorite way to decorate for the holidays is to incorporate fresh greenery. This Winter Hoop Wreath was so fun and simple to create, so I thought I would share all the details with you today. This week I’m teaming up with some other crafty bloggers as part of the Creative Christmas Week hosted by Remodelaholic. Be sure to check out all of the other projects to inspire your creative juices. 

For more Christmas Inspiration, you can view some of my holiday room tours and projects here. I love decorating for Christmas- here is our living room from last year:

You can also head over to Remodelaholic and check out their holiday inspired link party for more Christmas Ideas!

So, on to the wreath!!

The supplies needed for this project are minimal. You can choose to go as neutral or traditional as you like. I’m a little non traditional in that I like to occasionally add pinks into my Christmas decor, but I’ll show you how a few simple tweaks can get this to work with any color scheme.

I’ve put together a video tutorial- which let me tell you was a bit interesting at nearly 40 weeks pregnant. My belly only makes an appearance a few times.

For those that prefer a written tutorial, here are all the details for creating your very own hoop wreath.

Supply List

  • Embroidery Hoop
  • Floral Wire
  • Floral Tape
  • Sharp Shears
  • Fresh Greens ( a mix of cedar, spruce, pine and juniper work wonderfully)
  • Accent greens fresh or faux
  • Pine Cones
  • Optional: Faux blooms, berry sprigs or succulents
  • Optional: Hot Glue Gun for Securing Faux Blooms or Bows

Step One: Create the Base

Gather your supplies, and start creating small bundles with the greenery to build out your form. Wrap the base of the bundle with floral tape, then attach the bundles using floral wire.

Continue adding greenery until you are satisfied with how full it is. For this wreath you can choose to do a side that will be a little fuller, and house your feature blooms, bows or succulents.

Step 2: Wrap and Attach Accent Greenery and Florals

You will want to continue creating bundles using the floral tape, then attach them to the frame with floral wire.

Continue to play with the placement of greenery and accent pieces. You really can’t go wrong- so remember to have fun! You could stop right here, and your wreath would be gorgeous as is, or you can add a few colorful accents.

Here is a more traditional version. All I did was pop in a sprig of red berries, and they pop beautifully against the green.

If you have this thing for woodland fairies, and dreamy florals then you just might want to add some big beautiful blooms! You can wire, or hot glue them in place. These are faux, but you could also use fresh- just pop them in a watering tube first.

Since I loved it so much I thought… 2 would be better than one. And truth be told I would love to create an even larger grouping.

I hope you enjoyed this project. I love getting crafty during the holidays- and making seasonal wreaths is one of my favorite ways to do that. If you try this project out, I would love for you to tag me on instagram, or leave a picture on my facebook page. What are some of your favorite holiday crafts?

You can also check out the other video tutorials below.

Thanks so much for stopping in today! Be sure to find me in instagram and facebook– I would love to connect there too.

-Miss Ash

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If you are looking for more crafty inspiration, be sure to check out these other great #CreativeChristmas Projects:

DIY Christmas Trees and Ornaments

Wintry Silver Dollar Store Christmas Tree Decor | Remodelaholic
Marbled Christmas Ornaments | Doodlecraft
Scrap Wood Inlay Ornaments | The Ugly Duckling House
Woodburned Wood Slice Ornaments | Sisters What
Flocked Pine Cones | Practical and Pretty
Abstract Monogram Ornaments | Domicile37
Concrete Christmas Ornaments | The Palette Muse
Wood Slice Deer Ornaments | Our Crafty Mom
Vintage Gumball Machine Ornaments | Beth Watson Design Studio
Etched Glass Ornaments | Just Call Me Homegirl
Unicorn Inspired Christmas Tree | The DIY Mommy
Driftwood Reindeer Ornaments | Sustain My Craft Habit

DIY Christmas Gifts and Decor

Christmas Pine Hoop Wreath | This Mama’s Dance
Gingerbread Man Candles | Nourish and Nestle
Wire and Glass Chandelier | Home with Cupcakes and Crinoline
Christmas Scroll Wall Art | Grace In My Space
Lighted Wood Trees | Frazzled Joy
Crocheted Christmas Hat | Luz Patterns
Christmas Card Photo Display| Hertoolbelt
JOY Porch Sign | Ginger Snap Crafts
Folding Bar Cart Table | Everyday Party Magazine
Wood and Burlap Christmas Sign | Leap of Faith Crafting
Wood Block Snowman | Anika’s DIY Life
Holiday Candle Wrap | Dragonfly & Lily Pads
Christmas Pom Pom Pillow | Small Home Soul
Handlettered Wall Art | Smiling Colors


9 thoughts on “Holiday Favorites: Winter Hoop Wreath Tutorial”

  1. Ashlee…I have had a hoop and some greens for a couple of weeks…working on some felt leaves/flowers (still figuring it out), so I was very interested to see how you made your beautiful wreath. It really is lovely, soft yet still festive. And congrats on your impending new addition! Such a joy.

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