Sarah of East Plum has found embroidery hoops very useful in sprucing up her home and used some to create decorative wooden spheres. She says, “These are quick, easy, and cost effective to make coming in under $10.” I like how Sarah added tacks for an industrial wood and metal look. That little detail really adds to the look and makes for a very convincing knock-off!
The thrifty lady over at Fifty Five South was inspired to amp up her use of decorative accessories that reflect the rustic, earthy style she loves. When she saw an “incredibly easy and cheap West Elm knock-off DIY project” that involved layering embroidery hoops to make a sphere, she couldn’t help but “pounce” on it. The hoops only cost her $2.20, making this a project that can’t be beat when it comes to ease or expense.
Jess from Hilly Country Homebody loves all the sphere décor she has been seeing in the design world lately. Jess knew she could save some cash through DIY and used embroidery hoops and tacks to create her spheres for only $6. This is such an easy project and allows you to customize your spheres with [...Read More]