Plaid Tidings Embroidery Hoop Ornament

How to make a Plaid Tidings Embroidery Hoop Ornament

I guess you might say I’ve gone a little overboard on the Buffalo Plaid this year.

How can I help myself, I just love it all.

I got a little inspired by a Christmas ad I saw for clothes and decided to make this ornament.

It’s another quick and easy Holiday Ornament to make.

A perfect little gift for your Plaid Loving friends like me.

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  • Paint the embroidery hoop with black acrylic paint.
  • Cut a piece of flannel that is larger than the hoop.
  • Arrange the Joy® Baby Monogram Embroidered Iron On Letters shiny side down onto the flannel and inside the hoop to make sure they fit.
  • Set iron to cotton setting, approx. 350° or follow fabric care label.
  • Cover letters with a fine cloth.  With firm pressure iron cloth over the letters for 25 seconds.
  • Turn flannel over and iron the back of the letters for 25 seconds.
  • Allow 1 minute to cool before handling.

  • Insert the flannel into the embroidery hoop and tighten.
  • Trim the excess flannel from around the embroidery hoop.
  • Glue pine craft stem around the outside edge of the hoop.
  • Embellish the hoop with ribbon and jingle bell.
  • Add a piece of red twine to hang.

You can find a wide selection of Joy® embroidered iron-on letters and alphabet sheets in different sizes at your local craft stores!

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