Wrap the embroidery hoop with yarn.
Tie a knot at the start of wrapping and continue to wrap until you reach the hoop clasp. Cut and knot the yarn.
Start adding another strand of yarn on the other side of the hardware the same way. When you get to the very end, leave a longer strand of yarn to use to hang the wreath.
Add a variety of lace ribbon, yarn, and pretty decorative ribbon to the bottom center of the hoop. Add a dab of hot glue to secure it. Cut it at the length you want.
Cut a piece of the burlap ribbon and hot glue it to the middle center of the hoop wreath. Finish off the edges with a dove tail cut.
Add the garland of greenery. Wrap it around the hoop wreath until you are happy with the placement. Use floral wire to secure it in a couple of places
Start by placing the letters and number stencil you want on the wood piece. Then just fill it in with the scorch marker.
Use a heat gun to reveal the wood burning effect.
Add a small white button to the end of the wood piece for a little embellishment. Hot glue the little wood sign to the middle of the burlap ribbon.
Hot glue pretty flowers around the greenery.