Summer Greenery Hoop Wreath

This summer greenery hoop wreath is the perfect way to embrace outdoor beauty in your house! You can place it either on a wall, a mirror or a door and the best part is that it is super easy to make.

Summer Greenery Hoop Wreath on the wall above a chair.

I know hoop wreaths aren’t new but I’ve wanted to make one for some time with faux lovely greenery. I love the way this decorative accessory turned out and it would go well with any decor.

I’m so excited to be joining Seasonal Simplicity series hosted by my friend Krista of The Happy Housie. I’ve joined up with a talented group of home bloggers to kick of this series by sharing a beautiful DIY or craft project with you so be sure to visit everyone at the end of this post.

A hoop, the word dream in wire, faux green leaves and twine on the floor.

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1. Take apart the embroidery hoop and only use the middle piece.

2. If you’d like a the hoop to be a bit darker in color, applying wax is the easiest way to achieve it. Apply white (or clear) furniture wax to the hoop first, then a dark wax over top and to add more texture add white wax on top.

Applying white or clear wax first allows for the dark wax to brushed off easily if too much is added.

A wreath being waxed.

3. Cut the ends off of the floral stems with wire cutters.

Cutting the green stems for the hoop.

4. Lay out how you’d like them to be placed around the embroidery hoop.

Placing the green stems on the hoop.

5. Lay 3 stems on each side and the last one for the bottom middle. Make sure that one has a very short stem.

Arranging the faux greenery on the hoop.

6. Run a bead of hot glue on the outside edge of the hoop along a stem and press the stem into the hot glue and hold, carefully! (I pressed the stem into the glue with the tip of the wire cutters until it was not super hot to push in with my fingers).

Using the hot glue gun to place the stems on the hoop.

7. Once you attach one stem, attach a stem to the opposite side. Alternate sides while working your way down.

Using floral wire to extra hold the green stems.

8. Apply the bottom middle stem with floral wire. Add any floral wire to secure stems that are poking out too far.

Showing the green wire being tied onto the hoop.

9. Add a dab of hot glue over the floral wire and push in a leaf (already attached to the hoop) into the glue, carefully. (Press the leaf down using the tip of the wire cutters again)

Continue to press a few leaves all around with hot glue. This covers the floral wire and also places some leaves out on the edge of the hoop.

Laying out extra leaves on the hoop.

10. Tie twine to the ends of a wire script word and tie it to the hoop and knot in place.

The metal dream sign on the counter.

11. Hang it from a mirror or door with a ribbon or on a wall using a picture hanger nail.

The summer hoop on the mirror above the white mantel.

I think it’s so unique, pretty and so summery!

A gold mirror with the hoop wreath on it tied with a gold ribbon.

I love how it adds eye catching greenery to the space and a summer feel without having to take care of indoor plants.

Up close of the dream on the hoop wreath.

I hope you try to make one this summer!

Now be sure to visit my friends for more summer DIY/craft inspiration.

Check out my short video on my summer greenery hoop wreath:

Make sure to pin it for later!

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  1. So gorgeous, Jamie! I love the natural feel of the greenery – perfect for summertime! So glad you could be part of this hop! Pinned and sharing:)

  2. Love this wreath for summer, really like the dream sign. I like the more simple decor.

  3. This is adorable! I keep seeing them all over the internet, and you may have convinced me to make one! Thanks for joining us at #HomeMattersParty

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