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Floral Boho Spring Hoop Wreath

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Make your own Floral Boho Spring Hoop Wreath from an embroidery hoop, faux flowers and some pretty pastel ribbons.

I’m itching for Spring to arrive. Much like always, this winter has been cold and snowy and even though Spring is only a few weeks away, it feels like it will take forever to get here. If you’re in the South, you probably don’t know what I mean. But here in the far eastern suburbs of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Spring weather doesn’t usually arrive until well after March 20th. So, instead of waiting for Spring to arrive, we bring bits of spring into the house long before it looks like Spring outside! Which is exactly why I made this floral boho spring hoop wreath the other day.

floral boho spring hoop wreath hanging on white closet door

Make Your Own Floral Boho Spring Hoop Wreath

Floral boho spring hoop wreath supplies: ribbon, faux flowers, scissors, glue gun, embroidery hoop and a scrap piece of cardboard.



Video Tutorial


Step-by-Step Tutorial

1. Remove the outer portion of the embroidery hoop. You will only need the inner piece for this craft.

2. After selecting your ribbons, cut each one to about 2 meters long (or however long you’d like your ‘tails’ to be).

blush pink ribbons on table ready to cut with vintage black scissors

3. Using a simple looping technique, attach your ribbons to the hoop, one at a time. You’ll need 6-10 pieces depending on how big your hoop is and how wide your ribbon is. Alternately, you can tie the ribbons to the hoop. If you choose to tie the ribbons, you’ll need to cut about twice as many pieces to keep the wreath looking full.

looping ribbon through embroidery hoop to make a loop knot

looping ribbon through embroidery hoop to make a loop knot

looping ribbon through embroidery hoop to make a loop knot pull tight

knotting ribbon onto hoop instead of looping

6 or 7 ribbons looped and knotted onto hoop

4. Cut a scrap of cardboard to fit your flowers. Hot glue this to the hoop. Let cool and dry thoroughly before the next step.

tear shape piece of cardboard glued to hoop beside ribbon

5. Separate the large flowers from the stem of your fake flowers. Now hot glue them to the cardboard. Let glue cool and dry thoroughly before moving the wreath.

separating faux flower from stem to glue to wreath

Hang and enjoy!

floral boho spring hoop wreath hanging on white closet door

floral boho spring hoop wreath hanging on white closet door

More Spring Floral Projects

Want more spring faux floral goodness? Check out these fun spring craft posts: 

floral boho spring hoop wreath hanging on white closet door

What do you think of making your own wreaths? Would you rather make them or buy them?

Today some of my friends are sharing their beautiful and inspiring DIY Spring Wreaths! Head over to see what they have in store…

The Happy Housie / A Pretty Life / Duke Manor Farm / Confessions of a Serial DIYer / Zevy Joy

House by Hoff / On Sutton Place / Place of My Taste / Heathered Nest / Setting for Four

The Turquoise Home / Home Made Lovely / Willow Street Interiors / Newly Woodwards / Amber Tyls


I'd love it if you'd share:

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I'd love to chat with you in the comments!


  1. Amber says

    Your combination of ribbon and lace is so perfect! I have this same floral ribbon and I wouldn’t have thought to use it in this way! Beautiful!

  2. Krista says

    Those ribbons! And the giant peonies! Such a gorgeous combo. And I love the simplicity of the hoop – I have yet to make a hoop wreath and I need to get on that asap! Thanks for joining in on this hop, Shannon!

  3. Karren Haller says

    You have a darling blog and offer great ideas!!
    And what a cute BoHo wreath, it is perfect and I love the colors!!
    Pinned and now following on Instagram and Twitter.
    I would love to have you drop by and share on #omhgww this week. Hope you have time.
    Have a great week!

  4. Denise Bryant says

    I love this wreath. Would go well with the one I made from an old doily. Thanks for sharing it with us at the Waste Not Wednesday link party. Can’t wait to see what you are up to this week.

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