How to Arrange Embroidery Hoop Decorations

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Arranging embroidery hoop decorations will require a few key tools, like the right types of hoops and nails. Arrange embroidery hoop decorations with help from a former family case worker for CPS in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Christina, and this is how to arrange embroidery hoop decorations. I'm going to show you a method for arranging your hoops on the wall, that'll save you from unnecessary nail holes. For this project, we're going to be using hoops, paper, a glue-stick, scissors, pen and gaffer's tape. You want tape that's not going to leave a residue on the wall. We're going to be using gaffer's tape, you could also use masking tape or painter's tape. First, using a piece of paper, place your hoop down on it. And we're going to trace a circle around our hoops. Once your circle is traced, go ahead and cut it out. For my large hoop, my paper's slightly too small. So, I'm going to glue my two pieces of paper together to help compensate, so that I can have the exact right size. Lay your hoop down and we're going to do the exact same thing as we did with the first hoop. Now, using our paper cutouts, we know the exact size of each of our hoops. And before we even go to the wall, we can decide roughly how we want our hoop arrangement to look. Placing a tape at the top of each circle, now we're ale to hang our circles on the wall in the exact position that we want them. This allows us the freedom to find different arrangements before we finally nail. Being able to test your placement of hoops on the wall, allows you to find the exact arrangement for you. And saves you unnecessary holes in the wall, which not only saves you time and money. But can also save you expensive paint matching. Thanks for watching.


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