DIY Build A Scene Embroidery Hoop Decorations

Add a touch of Christmas magic to your home with this lovely DIY Build a Scene embroidery hoop decoration! This festive project looks great and it’s super easy to make. We chose this adorable log cabin scene taken from a 6” x 6” Craft a Card die to create our hoop, but you can customise it with your choice of Build a Scene die and a range of coloured card to really make it your own.

What you will need:

  • A First Edition Build a Scene die (we used FEDIE260X18),
  • 2 sheets of black Dovecraft card,
  • 1 sheet of white Dovecraft card,
  • 2 sheets of brown Dovecraft card,
  • 3 sheets of red Dovecraft card,
  • 2 sheets of green Dovecraft card,
  • Dovecraft Glitter Glue,
  • 5” Embroidery Hoop,

1. Die cut the Build a Scene die from 2 x black card, 1 white card, 2 x brown card, 3 x red card and 2 x green.

2. Cut the cloud and the snowy ground out of the white die cut sheet and adhere them on top of one of the black die cut sheets with glue.

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3. Cut the circle from one of the black pieces and adhere to the back of the hoop, cut away any pieces that are too big for the frame.

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4. Cut the houses from the second black piece and layer with foam pads.

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5. Cut two houses in brown and layer with foam pads.

6. Layer 3 three of the cars in red, keeping the tree on top of it.

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7. Layer two green trees, to add more height.

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8. Add the glitter glue to the tops of each element to give the effect of snow.

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Now you have your very own DIY Build a Scene embroidery hoop! Hang this on your wall, door or place it on a shelf to add festive cheer to a room!

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Why not try this project all in white for more of a minimalist Christmas look?

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Will you be making a DIY Build a Scene embroidery hoop decoration this festive season? We’d love to see if you do, so don’t forget to #Trimcraft when uploading to social media and to share your makes in the Inspiration Area.

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maryannla

maryannla

This is such an awesome idea, and who doesn´t have some of those old hoopss laying around somewhere, that can be re-used again this way. I love it, thanks soo much for sharing the idea here.