Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

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Good morning!!! Today I am sharing how to create an easy, upcycled embroidery hoop for those last minute gift giving ideas using Authentique Solitude Collection!!!

Begin by covering a 10″ chipboard circle with a piece of Solitude pattern paper. Trim off excess with xacto knife; sand edges.

Glue embroidery hoop to top of prepared chipboard circle. Add 1/2″ border strips around the outside of hoop. Adhere fabric lace behind embroidery hoop using glue gun.

Adhere 1/2″ strip of pattern paper to inside of embroidery hoop. .

Adhere 8″ Kraft doily to center of prepared hop along with adding jute to brim of hoop with hot glue gun.

Die cut snowflakes from Solitude pattern paper; adhere to inside of embroidery hoop.

Add a few holiday flowers to top of hoop to cover the enclosure of embroidery hoop.

Adhere Ephemera Card to inside of prepared hoop. Fussy cut second images; add to cards with pop dots. Die cut a few more smaller snowflakes add to embroidery hoop.

Fussy cut small birds from Epherema cards; adhere to inside of embroidery hoop.

 Fussy cut second set of birds from card; add to top with pop dots.

Add holiday floral picks and fussy cut bird to brim of embroidery hoop.

Adhere bow to brim of embroidery hoop. 

Complete your Upcycled World Changes With Snow Upcycled Embroidery Hoop with “Snowflake” card at top. I hope you are inspired to create a few easy gifts! Pam

Supplies:
Authentique Solitude Collection
10″ Chipboard Circle
10″ Embroidery Hoop
Sizzix Mini Paper Snowflakes Die
Sizzix #2 Snowflake Die
8″ Kraft Doily
Jute Twine
Gold and Blue Ribbon
Tan Twine
Holiday Floral Picks
Clear Gemstones
Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
Pop Dots

(Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the Authentique Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more here.)

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