I found these supplies in my craft room with a gnome from Dollar Tree and in 10 minutes, this embroidery hoop gnome wreath came together beautifully!
Embroidery Hoop Gnome Wreath
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we LOVE finding a craft to make with “leftover” craft supplies. Now, I know that you could go to any craft store and get these supplies, of course. But when I find the items I need in the craft room (my guest bedroom, don’t judge), I felt like I’d won the lottery. Laid out next to the little Dollar Tree gnome, I knew I had a fun embroidery hoop gnome wreath on the make.
Quick and easy to make, I’m really excited to gift this to a friend who was recently bemoaning her winter wreath being too beat-up to use this year. She’s going to love this cute little gnome and that fun burlap ribbon bow. If you’re ready to make a buffalo check wreath with a gnome for yourself, let’s get started.
DIY Christmas Gnome Tutorials
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Tips to Make a Buffalo Check Wreath
- Let’s talk about where to find that gnome. I found my gnome ornament at the Dollar Tree. But, let’s be brutally honest, sometimes they don’t have the same things out at every Dollar Tree. That’s ok, though. Because, with a few more minutes and some scraps of felt, you can make a cute mini sock gnome ornament like this one that you can use the same way!
- If you like a rougher look, you can leave the edges of the buffalo check fabric longer and kind of just neatly trim it. It will still look very nice, but a raw edge on the fabric will definitely make for a more rustic wreath.
- How do you hang wreaths on your door? Well, if you’re fortunate enough to have a metal door, you can get one of these fun magnet wreath hangers. But, if your door is wooden, like mine, you can usually get by with an over-the-door-hanger like this. Sure, I could use a little nail, but I like the over-the-door kind because it doesn’t leave a hole and is pretty sturdy.
How Do I Make this Embroidery Hoop Gnome Wreath?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
More DIY Gnome Wreath Crafts You Might Like
- Valentine Gnome Wreath – If you’re looking for an awesomely unique gnome wreath with a giant heart and a gnome…well, this is awesomely fun wreath for you!
- Elegant Gnome Ornament Wreath – Three cute gnome ornaments dangling from a yarn-wrapped wreath combine to make a fun and elegant wreath that’s ridiculously easy.
- Gorgeous Winter Gnome Wreath – Fluffy white roving, a couple of bottle brush trees and a mischievous gnome make for a fun winter wreath!
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