Easy, Inexpensive Wall Art With Fabric Scraps (Tutorial)

I have quite a bit of that lovely designer Michael Miller fabric that I made my throw pillows from (which I absolutely love and use every day!), so I decided to use some of it to make coordinating wall decor. And it was SO easy and cheap! The embroidery hoops I bought at Joann Fabrics were about 99 cents each. And Joanns also was/is having a flannel sale with flannel only $2.79 a yard and fat quarter sale with fat quarters only 99 cents this would be such a cute nursery decor project!

How To:

Materials needed: Fabric scraps, sewing scissors, and embroidery hoops.

Step 1: Assemble your materials!

Optional: Paint your embroidery hoop. You can also purchase brightly colored plastic hoops for only about a dollar or two more.

Step 2: Loosen the screw on top of the embroider hoop, then take the embroidery hoop apart and place the smaller hoop underneath the fabric and the larger hoop on top. Put them back together, keeping the fabric taut. Tighten screw again.

Step 3: Cut the excess material around the outside of the embroidery hoop.

It should look like the picture below.

Step 4: Hang on wall!

Could that have been any easier?????????????