DeDe from Designed Decor mimicked a wall display she saw by painting some embroidery hoops to create this beautiful accent art in Elegance!
I love taking an inspiration photo and finding a way to "Knock Off" the design and style with things you can find at a garage sale or thrift store.
This was my inspiration for my design. I loved how it had the layers of circles to give it dimension. I decided to take it up a notch by adding the mirrors.
I found a few of the embroidery hoops at a garage sale and purchased the rest of the hoops and mirrors from the craft store.
I used Country Chic Paint in the color Elegance. This is such a beautiful color that enhances everything that you paint with it.
I laid the hoops out onto the floor to play with some layout ideas. The patterns were endless. I took a few pictures of the designs I liked so I would remember how I had them laid out. I mostly used the inside section of the hoops and removed the clamps from a few outside sections for the additional pieces I needed.
I used wood glue and my staple gun to attach the embroidery hoops together. Once I had them attached, I used clamps until the wood glue was completely dry.
I did use the Gorilla Glue to attach the mirrors to the front of the hoops and the hoops to the tops of the other hoops.
This was a simple and easy "knock off" project to complete.
DeDe is a wife, mother and artist who loves to create, repurpose and decorate. I am a self-taught artist and decorator, who finds inspiration from my life experiences. On my blog, you will find stories about my handmade items, decorating, baking, organizing, home projects and just plain living. I truly love what I do and I love to share my creativity and passions with those around me. I can see an old thrown away item and find a new and useful purpose.
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