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Vicki Chrisman

Embroidery Hoop Wreath Project / Choosing the Best Adhesive for the Job

Hello everyone! Vicki here today to share a fun Summer project for your wall or front door.  I’ll show you how I use specific Adhesives that I find work best for the job at hand.

I have been loving all the fun projects I have been seeing using these large wood embroidery hoops.  I have created projects with them before but this one is a big different. I really  like how it turned out.

This Dual Tip Glue Pen worked great for this project.  I used the wide tip around  the back side of the hoops to add the paper backgrounds. ( I painted my hoops white ).  Once the glue was dry, all I had to do was trim away any excess paper.

I just popped  that lid back on and flipped it around to use the fine tip on the other end.  It worked perfectly for these smaller areas.

I am planning to add flower and leaf pieces around the edge of the inside hoop.  I want them to look layered and have dimension, so I used 3-D Foam Squares-White, Regular.

For the ephemera pieces that I am placing directly down to the background, I used my E-Z Runner Grand.

You can see in the photo below, that by layering and adding foam squares to some pieces of ephemera while leaving other pieces flat on the background sheet, you can really get a dimensional look.

This project comes together fairly quickly and could be done up for any season. I hope you are inspired to make one yourself.

Thank you so much for stopping by!

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Supplies:
E-Z Runner® Grand Refillable Dispenser (150′)
3D Foam Squares – White, Regular
Dual Tip Glue Pen
Fancy Pants Designs: Hello Sunshine Collection

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