I hope you all had a good weekend! Mine was very uneventful and that was just what I needed to get a few things done around the house.
I did get to a couple of thrift stores and I found a few things I'll save for another post. What I am going to share today are these embroidery hoops. I am always seeing embroidery hoops when I'm at the thrift stores. They are plentiful and inexpensive.
Another inexpensive thrift store staple are tin containers.
I decided to combine the two to make a super easy embroidery hoop container.
Because I didn't want the top edge of the tin container exposed, I layered a piece of fabric over the edge before I started adding the embroidery hoops.
To assemble I opened up the embroidery hoop (I only used the outside part of the hoop), slid it over the tin container and then tightened. I only needed five hoops to completely cover the tin container.
After church this morning we were given one of the alter bouquets to take home.
The bouquet fit perfect in the embroidery hoop container.
Super easy and it only cost me $1.55 to make!
I'm linking with Mary @ Boogieboard Cottage for Masterpiece Monday,
Susan @ Between Naps On The Porch for Metamorphosis Monday,
and with Passionately Artistic
Enjoy the rest of your day!