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DIY Buffalo Plaid Hoop Ornaments

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Homemade Christmas ornaments add a special touch to your tree. Add a farmhouse flair and make some Buffalo Plaid Hoop Ornaments. It’s an easy Cricut Christmas craft.

Homemade Christmas ornaments add a special touch to your tree. Add a farmhouse flair and make some Buffalo Plaid Hoop Ornaments. It's an easy Cricut Christmas craft.
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The holidays are here. It’s time to break out your craft supplies and make some of these Buffalo Plaid Embroidery Hoop Ornaments. As you know, I love the farmhouse style. So I jump on anything farmhouse-styel every chance I get.

I have been on a kick by making Christmas Crafts with embroidery hoops. Don’t forget to check out the Buffalo Plaid Hoop wreath project I shared last week.

This is an easy DIY Christmas Craft

I love to make my own DIY Christmas Ornaments. You can find all of my Christmas ornament ideas here.

Here is how to make these Farmhouse Christmas Ornaments.

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Supplies Needed To Make Embroidery Hoop Christmas Ornaments

Small embroidery hoops (I used 4-inch hoops)

Red & Black Plaid flannel fabric

Silver heat transfer vinyl

SVG file (download here)

Twine or ribbon

Scissors

Easy Press Mini or iron

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How To Make Buffalo Plaid Hoop Ornaments

Download the SVG file and upload it to Cricut Design Space. Select the file and weld the words together.

Measure the inside of the embroidery hoop and resize the cut file to fit inside the hoop. Hit the Make It button and check the mirror option. Send the design to your Cricut.

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Cut a piece of flannel fabric to fit inside the embroidery hoop.

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Weed out the extra HTV from around the design and place it in the center of the piece of flannel fabric. Use the Easy Press Mini or iron to transfer the vinyl to the fabric.

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Allow the vinyl to cool, then place the fabric inside the embroidery hoop. Create a loop with the twine around the top of the embroidery hoop. Secure the twine with a bow.

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Try These DIY Christmas Ornaments

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Homemade Christmas ornaments add a special touch to your tree. Add a farmhouse flair and make some Buffalo Plaid Hoop Ornaments. It's an easy Cricut Christmas craft.
Homemade Christmas ornaments add a special touch to your tree. Add a farmhouse flair and make some Buffalo Plaid Hoop Ornaments. It's an easy Cricut Christmas craft. The DIY Christmas ornaments are easy to make and great to give. These embroidery hoop ornaments make a great DIY Christmas gift idea.
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Homemade Christmas ornaments add a special touch to your tree. Add a farmhouse flair and make some Buffalo Plaid Hoop Ornaments. It's an easy Cricut Christmas craft. The DIY Christmas ornaments are easy to make and great to give. These embroidery hoop ornaments make a great DIY Christmas gift idea.

Materials

  • Small embroidery hoops (I used 4-inch hoops)
  • Plaid flannel fabric
  • Silver heat transfer vinyl
  • SVG file
  • Twine or ribbon
  • Scissors

Instructions

  1. Download the SVG file and upload it to Design Space.
  2. Select the file and weld the words together.
  3. Measure the inside of the embroidery hoop and resize the cut file to fit inside the hoop.
  4. Hit the Make It button and check the mirror option.
  5. Send the design to your Cricut.
  6. Cut a piece of flannel fabric to fit inside the embroidery hoop.
  7. Weed out the extra HTV from around the design and place it in the center of the piece of flannel fabric. Use the Easy Press Mini or iron to transfer the vinyl to the fabric.
  8. Allow the vinyl to cool, then place the fabric inside the embroidery hoop.
  9. Create a loop with the twine around the top of the embroidery hoop. Secure the twine with a bow.


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