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  1. October 27, 2015
    Marci @ Rainbow Nest

    These are sooooo cute. I have lots of thrifted embroidery hoops that I could use for this. The possibilities are endless. And they would make a great hostess gift too!

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    • November 12, 2015
      Tara

      Marci – thank you! I hadn’t though of a hostess gift, but you’re so right! It’s also a quick and inexpensive project too!

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  2. November 2, 2015
    Bette @ bette’s house

    they are turned out fantastic and .50 cents… holy cow. I wish my thrift store was that cheap. You’ve got me in a crafty mood now.

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    • November 12, 2015
      Tara

      The best thrift stores I’ve found are the ones connected to hospital auxillaries or churches. They’re the not-for-profit organizations and tend to price things to move. I’ve gotten some fabulous craft supplies from those shops. And garage sales! Never let an embroidery hoop pass you by!

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  3. November 9, 2015
    Jenna

    Hoop art is my current obsession and these are stunning! I’m still picking away with a needle and thread…don’t know why I didn’t think to bring it all into the 21st century and use my silhouette. Duh moment for sure. I’d love it if you would come link up at our Best of the Weekend Party which is open until Wednesday. These are awesome!

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    • November 12, 2015
      Tara

      Thank you so much, Jenna! I might have missed it this week, but I’ll pop by with these next week. And yes, if you have a Silhouette, you should just grab some vinyl or heat transfer and get ‘er done! It’s amazing how quickly this project came together!

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  4. November 9, 2015
    Virginia

    These are super cute!

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    • November 12, 2015
      Tara

      Oh, thank you, Virginia!

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  5. November 9, 2015
    Marie at The Interior Frugalista

    Very cute idea – love the plaid background too. Pinned to share!

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    • November 12, 2015
      Tara

      Thank you so much, Marie!

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  6. November 10, 2015
    Helen G.

    These are beautiful embroidery hoop arts! I love the plaid fabric background!

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    • November 12, 2015
      Tara

      Thank you so much, Helen! I actually just picked up a bag of plaid scraps from an old shirt-making factory. It would be a great way to upcycle plaid flannel shirts from the thrift store!

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  7. November 10, 2015
    Meredith @ The Palette Muse

    These are so cute, and what a great way to use up some of your paper scraps! I’m loving all the plaid this year and scheming how to use it in my house. These would be perfect in my entryway. Don’t you just love embroidery hoops? Nice to meet you on Two Uses Tuesday, and heading over to follow on IG…

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    • November 12, 2015
      Tara

      I love that these were just thrifted hoops that I picked up on a whim! I think I’m going to be doing a lot more crafting with hoops this season!

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  8. November 13, 2015
    Bobbie

    These are the cutest! Seriously. I need to make a bunch!

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    • November 17, 2015
      Tara

      Thank you so much, Bobbie! Let me know if you do! I’d love to see pics.

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  9. November 14, 2015
    Iris @ The Blue Birdhouse

    Really cute! I can’t wait to start decorating for Christmas!!!

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    Iris♥
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    • November 17, 2015
      Tara

      Thank you so much, Iris!

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  10. November 14, 2015
    Erin

    these are adorable! Pinning!

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    • November 17, 2015
      Tara

      Oh, thank you so much for the pin, Erin! I appreciate it!

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  11. November 15, 2015
    Katie

    These are so unbelievably cute and what a terrific idea! So easy and with items I have around the house. Pinned!

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    • November 17, 2015
      Tara

      Oh, thank you so much, Katie! I, too, loved that this was made from stuff just lying around. My favourite kind of “craft shopping”. 🙂

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  12. November 16, 2015
    Quinn Caudill

    Very classic looking Christmas craft. Thanks for sharing at #Throwback Thursday. Please join us again and remember this week will focus on Thanksgiving recipes.

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  13. November 16, 2015
    Cindy Eikenberg

    Tara, these are so pretty! Saw them featured at Pint Sized Baker and had to pop over and pin! Have a wonderful week!

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    • November 17, 2015
      Tara

      Aww… thank you, Cindy. I really like how they turned out, too!

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  14. November 19, 2015
    Carole West @ Garden Up Green

    These are cute I really like the flannel for Christmas – you’ve given me an idea….

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