Let’s create Simple Embroidery Patterns Cupcake Hoop Art based on an adorable cupcake doodle and tag that I drew. This hoop art is a super fun gift to create for a birthday decoration, or use it as a gift tag!
Embroidery on the Go
This is one of my favorite ways to create because it travels like a charm. Packing up all of the necessities to successfully embroider is easy and takes up very little space. There are so many fun zipper pouches for projects these days. of course, you could always make one too! This is what to put in your embroidery on-the-go bag.
- Anchor® Embroidery Floss Spools
- Anchor® Embroidery Hoop and Frame – 6″ Purple
- Needle Holder
- Needle Threader
- Embroidery Scissors
- Kunin Classic Craft Cuts 9″ by 12″ – White, Black, Candy Pink, Gold
- CUPCAKE EMBROIDERY HOOP ART PATTERNS – download below
How to Start the Cupcake Hoop Art
Loosen the screw at the top of the Purple Anchor Embroidery Hoop and separate the inner and outer rings. Place the Candy Pink Kunin Felt in the hoop, replace the outer ring, and tighten the screw at the top.
Trim the excess felt from the back of the hoop.
Download and print the Simple Embroidery Patterns Cupcake Hoop Art free printable below. Cut out the patterns roughly, layer on the Kunin Felt, and cut out each pattern with scissors.
Place the cupcake base onto the hoop and secure with a running stitch of Black Floss on Spools.
Place the cupcake frosting onto the hoop and secure with a running stitch of White Floss on Spools.
Select a rainbow assortment of Anchor Floss Spools and create sprinkles all over the cupcake frosting. Rainbow is my favorite color!
Black and white polka dots are my favorite pattern, so I added French knots with White Anchor Floss on a Spool. Embellish the star cupcake topper with five straight stitches and a French knot in the middle using Yellow Anchor Floss, and a Black Floss backstitch stick.
To finish the Simple Embroidery Patterns Cupcake Hoop Art, tie a black and white gingham ribbon through the screw at the top of the hoop and secure it in a bow. Cut decorative notches out of the ribbon tails. I love this trick for hoops because it dresses up the finished art, provides a hanger, and hides the screw at the top. Black and white gingham is basically a neutral, so I always have a ton of options available in my studio.
Simple Embroidery Patterns Cupcake Hoop Art
Stitching with the new Anchor Embroidery Floss Spools makes a quick and easy project even for beginners. I love the new Anchor® Embroidery Floss Spools. The floss rolls smoothly off the spool and doesn’t tangle or knot when pulling out a length to work with. Storage is neat and tidy with spools, no more piles of tangled floss.
Learn How to Make Embroidery Hoop Art on Tulle with Beth’s step-by-step tutorial. Do you remember picking dandelions when you were young, blowing on them, and making a wish? It’s one of Creatively Beth’s favorite summer memories from childhood.
Lindsay absolutely loves the trend of beautiful, “traditional” embroidery florals that frame funny or sarcastic sayings, which is why she decided on declaring her love of puns! I hope you like this Punny Embroidery Hoop Art with a FREE pattern on her blog Artsy Fartsy Mama as much as I do!!
Too busy to make this right away?! Pin it for later! Pin this project to your favorite craft board on Pinterest and it’ll be waiting for you when you’re ready.
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Cheers to Simple Embroidery Patterns for Cupcake Hoop Art!