Embroidery Hoop Frame

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Just like so many others I’m a huge fan of farmhouse signs. They are so simple, but yet pack a punch when decorating in a farmhouse style. I also really like the way people are making wall hangings and wreaths with embroidery hoops that are so popular right now. I decided to combine the two ideas and create a round sign and make an embroidery hoop frame. Turned out to be so easy and I love the results.

round farmhouse sign

Here’s what I did.

Embroidery Hoop Frame Supplies

 

round wood sign supplies

    • Two 14 inch embroidery hoops
    • 14″ wood circle
    • Print (I had Office Depot print mine on a 16×20″ cardstock.)
    • Stain (I used Minwax Walnut)
    • Spray Adhesive
    • Wood Glue


Embroidery Hoop Frame Directions

 

  • Separate the hoops into two pieces. I used the pieces without the screw.
  • Using one of the hoops as a template draw a circle around the saying on the print. Be sure to center the image.

round wood sign diy

  • Cut the circle out.
  • Stain all sides of the embroidery hoop rings. 
  • Glue the rings together with the wood glue. Place heavy objects on top of the rings so they attach firmly and let dry.
  • Spray the back of the cardstock and the top of the wood circle with spray adhesive. 
  • Attached the cardstock to the wood piece and press smooth. Let dry.
  • When both pieces are dry glue the embroidery hoop frame on top of the round sign. Again, weigh down and let dry.

round wood farmhouse sign

Round Farmhouse Sign

That’s it. I love it. This is one of my favorite sayings and I’ve been wanting to make a sign with it for so long so I can see it each day to remind us to always stay humble and kind. What are your favorite sayings that would make great signs? If you’d like to use mine here’s a free printable.

always stay humble and kind

Always Stay

 

Be sure to pin this to keep it in your Pinterest files to use later.

round wood sign

Here are a few other sign ideas for ya.

bakery sign

wood love sign

Dru About Dru

There are so many things I could say but I will just start with the basics. Mother to 4. Grandmother to 11 (Yes, 11. All under the age of 9.) I am a former Army wife and we spent 15 years traveling around the world. It was such a thrill to have seen so many places and meeting lifetime friends. I spent many years working in the craft industry and love getting together with friends and creating. I have a lifelong love of thrift shops, antiques, and yard sales.

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