Embroidery Hoop Farmhouse Pumpkins. Turn embroidery hoops pretty and paper into adorable pumpkins you can display all fall long!
Embroidery Hoop Farmhouse Pumpkins
Is there anything better in the fall than pumpkins?? You can never have too many pumpkins – whether they are pumpkin-flavored food or pumpkins in your fall decor.
Home Decor Using Pretty Paper
I love pretty paper. I have a line of paper and embellishments through Pebbles Inc. and designing papers and home decor is one of my greatest joys. One of passions is creating pretty home decor with paper! So it was fun to create these embroidery hoop farmhouse pumpkins!
13 Creative Pumpkin Projects
I’m joining 12 creative friends who are all sharing pumpkin ideas – recipes, party ideas and decor! Be sure to scroll down and see all of the pumpkin projects! And pin them so you can find them later!
This Is Family Paper Line
I used my newest line — This Is Family — for the paper in this project! This Is Family is also my favorite line I have worked on so far! It’s all about families and traditions. You can get it NOW at JoAnn Stores – yay!
Only Four Supplies to Make Embroidery Hoop Pumpkins
I love that this craft is easy to make AND you only need four supplies to make these cute embroidery hoop pumpkins! So grab your embroidery hoops, paper, spools and ribbon — and make embroidery hoop pumpkins with me!
This Is Family Paper
How to Dye Your Embroidery Hoops
You can dye your embroidery hoops if you want. I didn’t include the dye on the supply list because you don’t have to do that. I used walnut stain on my hoops. To dye them all you need to do is take a ewt paper towel, dip it in the dye and wipe it on the embroidery hoops. Then take another wet paper towel and wipe off the excess dye.
Cut Out Paper
Place an embroidery hoop on top of the paper you want to use. Then trace around the outside of the hoop and cut it out.
Glue Paper on Back of Paper
Instead of putting the paper through the middle of the embroidery hoops, I glued it onto the back of the hoops. When you try to put paper through embroidery hoops it is so thick that it crinkles and won’t lay flat. I hot glued it onto the back of the hoops to create a very flat look.
Add A Pumpkin Stem
For the stems I used wood spools. On the smaller embroidery hoops I used wood buttons. You can also use a piece of wood like a branch. I also dyed the spools and beads with the same dye.
Tie Ribbon Around the Pumpkin Stem
For the final touch, I tied some ribbon around the pumpkin stems. I found ribbon that looks kind of like leaves and then I used regular ribbon too!
Layer Embroidery Hoop Pumpkins for a Fall Display
Four pumpkins in three different sized embroidery hoops. I layered them on a shelf and added some real pumpkins for a pretty touch. I love the way they look!
13 Creative Pumpkin ProjectsHere are my friends’ decorating pumpkin ideas!
Pumpkin Decorating Ideas | Modern Glam
Decorating Pumpkin Ideas | Happy Happy Nester
Fall Pumpkins | Pink Peppermint Design
Vinyl Decals | Twelve on Main
DIY Pumpkin Beverage Chiller | My Sweet Savannah
Embroidery Hoop Farmhouse Pumpkins | Tatertots and Jello
DIY Pumpkin Patch | Zevy Joy
Gold Leaf Pumpkins | Taryn Whiteaker Designs
Raffia Pumpkins | The Tattered Pew
How to Make Gold Leaf Pumpkins | Hallstrom Home
Ombre Painted Pumpkins | Inspiration for Moms
Ways to Decorate with Pumpkins | The Happy HousieTissue Paper Pumpkin | Sincerely, Sara D
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