Monday, June 13, 2022

Floral Hoops Decor DIY


I've fallen in love with floral hoops decor!  Hoop crafts are quite trendy these days! But I was into it way back in 2012 when I first started blogging! Back then, I created a Ballard Design Knock-Off using embroidery hoops that I still have on my bedroom wall today. And you won't believe the item that I knocked off is still available from the store today! I never would have thought that! And then I made a Macrame Mail Stand recently out of 12" wood hoops that comes in real handy for incoming mail!

Floral hoops decor is the perfect addition to your summer decor! They are pretty, trendy and quite budget friendly! And are also very popular to use in decorating celebrations like weddings, anniversaries and birthdays!

There are quite a few ways to decorate and customize hoops - choosing flowers and colors that suit your taste and style and even the size with all the different hoop sizes available - including the hula hoop! Lol! And the best part, this easy to make decorative piece can be used as a centerpiece or hung anywhere in your surroundings - indoor or out!


  • Wood hoops - (2 of the same size)
  • Tape measure/pencil
  • Rapid-Fuse Glue - (quick grab permanent glue)
  • Clamps
  • Wood circle - 4"
  • Asst. Florals and greenery
  • Hot glue
  • LED candle

How To:
Insert one hoop into the other in a criss-cross or intersect pattern. Use a tape measure to make sure the hoops are evenly spaced and centered. Mark spots where they intersect with a pencil at the top and bottom of the hoops. Add a permanent, quick drying glue like Rapid-Fuse to the spots to secure the hoops together.

Then add a 'shelf' to hold a candle or small planter by placing a wooden circle on the bottom of the hoops and securing with permanent glue. Use clamps to hold in place until dry. 

Once the glue is dry on the hoops and wood circle, begin attaching the lambs ear greenery to the hoops. At first, I used wire to secure the lambs ear but didn't like the look of the exposed wire, so I switched to using hot glue.

I decided to let the lambs ear fan out naturally along the base of the hoops - then gluing in place.
Adding a bit more!
And of course I had to add florals in my favorite color, purple .  .  .
using the heads of the flowers to make a bold statement, gluing them along the lambs ear foliage.
And then adding a few pink peony-like florals to the mix! I didn't want to crowd the base with all the florals and greenery I had selected earlier so I kept things at a minimum. It certainly looks lovely, as is .  .  .

but adding an LED candle to the center completes the look!

Now it's perfect!
Although, it can be customized to suit the occasion! Like adding remote control twinkle lights, and a hook to hang from above! Have fun creating your own!
A super simple DIY that will surely leave a lasting impression!

 I hope you enjoyed my tutorial on making an adorable Floral Hoops decorative piece created especially for this month's Summer Crafts Blog Hop, hosted by Beverly @Across the Blvd. Joined with a group of creative bloggers to bring you a themed monthly challenge blog hop on the 2nd Monday of each month! 

Meet this month's co-hosts:

Beverly | Across the Blvd
T’onna | Sew Crafty Crochet


  1. I love this! It's so pretty and perfect for spring and summer. Purple is one of my favorite colors and peonies are my favorite flowers so this is right up my alley!

  2. This is such pretty decor! I love the flowers and the greenery! Pinning!

  3. This is a beautiful decoration for summer!

  4. Beautifully done! I love this! pinning -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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