DIY Floral Embroidery Ring Backdrop — Excited to be sharing a super easy tutorial for a DIY Floral Embroidery Ring Backdrop. It’s the perfect solution for a last minute addition to your party!
Peony season is upon us. And you can count the fact that I’ll be milking these floral pretties for all they are worth while they’re still around.
Seriously! No shame in my game. So when our friends at Flower Muse sent us the most beautiful coral peonies, I knew I add to take full advantage..
Around the same time, we were hosting a bridal shower and needed a quick and inexpensive backdrop for behind the buffet table.
I eventually dreamed up this floral backdrop. And I’m super excited about how they turned out.
Materials Needed To Make A DIY Floral Embroidery Ring Backdrop
- Embroidery rings
- Spray paint of choice
- Floral wire
- Floral tubes
How To Make A DIY Floral Embroidery Ring Backdrop
The project was really simple to make. Plus, it added the perfect amount of decor to the event.
All you need is a little wire, some embroidery rings, and a love for all things floral.
More DIY Flower Wall Hang Ideas
What do ya think? Hanging floral backdrops have definitely been a trend around Sugar & Cloth lately!
This is me very subtly hinting that you should also check out this minimalist flower wall hang or this hanging floral installation..
Be sure to share the projects you make from Sugar & Cloth with #mysugarandcloth to be featured here on the blog!
2 thoughts on “DIY Floral Embroidery Ring Backdrop”
I made these for the background of my daughter’s smash cake photos! The only thing I did differently was I hid the part of the embroidery hoop where it comes together behind the flower grouping. I prefer it hidden, so it’s not so obviously an embroidery hoop (since I don’t embroider). I spray painted mine gold and used silk flowers, so we could hang them as a permanent decoration afterwards. Love them and get compliments all the time (plus they were pretty easy and fun to make)!
Hi Michelle! I totally know what you mean. Personal preference on showing or hiding that little metal piece. I think it’s cute if you’re into embroidery but it’s definitely a cleaner look with it hidden. Your version sounds so pretty! Love a good gold spray paint! :)