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- Cut a piece of fabric a few inches larger than your embroidery loop.
- Screen print your design on the fabric piece. To learn how to screen print with your Cricut or vinyl machine, start here.
- Allow your screen printed design to dry completely.
- Heat set the ink to make it permanent. I used my Cricut Easy Press 2 set to 320 degrees for 40 seconds. You can heat set the ink with your heat press or iron too. Here’s another tutorial on heat setting fabric ink.
- Assemble the material inside the embroidery hoop. Unscrew the top ring until you can remove the inner ring. Place the inner ring under the fabric and tighten the top ring on top, keeping the fabric tight.
- Cut off the excess fabric.
- Add your floral stems and a bow.
- Hang your wreath and enjoy!
SUPPLIES USED IN THIS TUTORIAL
- Embroidery Hoop (I used the 14″ size)
- Floral stems
Screen Printing Supplies
- Cricut Maker
- Oracal 651 Vinyl
- Transfer Tape (this stuff is the best for getting your vinyl to stick to the screen!)
- Speedball 10×14 frame
- Speedball Squeegee
- Speedball Fabric Ink
- Painter’s Tape
- Exacto Knife
- Cricut Easy Press 2