Spring “Peeps” Embroidery Hoop Art

Spring Peeps Embroidery Hoop Art

Spring is just around the corner! And with Spring comes . . . spring candy. One of my favorite things ever.

Back in the dark ages of Flamingo Toes I made up a printable celebrating the awesomeness that is Peeps. I still think those hip peeps are so cute, and I wanted to give them a little update! So I have a new Spring “Peeps” Embroidery Hoop Art for you today.

Hanging with my Peeps Hoop Art

I added some cool peeps to mine, but if you’d rather not have them wearing sunglasses and sass – then you could definitely go for just sweet and make regular peeps too!

cool peeps embroidery

Are you ready for some fast and fun embroidery? Let’s get started on a tutorial!

You’ll need:

  • 1 eight inch embroidery hoop
  • fabric for background (adorable vintage sheet optional)
  • fleece or felt for peeps
  • embroidery floss
  • scraps of fabric for sunglasses and word bubble
  • glue and felt for finishing back of hoop
  • disappearing marking pen
  • Hanging with My Peeps Pattern

Start by cutting fabric for your hoop. Trace the lettering on your fabric and add to your hoop.

tracing embroidery design

Start embroidering your lettering with a back stitch. You can find instructions here if you need them.

backstitch letters

Continue until all your lettering is embroidered.

stitched letters

Using your pattern, cut out three little peeps from fleece of felt. Place them on your hoop.

fleece peeps on hoop art

Sew the peeps to the hoop with a running stitch using matching thread.

sewing on peeps

Add the details to your little peeps. You can use French knots for the eyes and nose. Cut out the sunglasses using your pattern and sew them on with a running stitch along the top of the glasses. Add a little gold necklace to your cool peep.

details on peeps

Embroider your word bubble and cut it out of your scrap fabric. You can either stitch the word bubble to your hoop, or use fusible webbing and iron it to the hoop.

word bubble embroidery

Trim your fabric a little around the hoop, leaving enough to glue to the inside back of the hoop. Glue the fabric down, then if you want, finish the back of the hoop with a circle of felt.

back of embroidery hoop

And you’re all done! You now have a fun and sweet embroidery hoop art for Spring!

Hanging with my Peeps Embroidery Hoop Art

Steph from Crafting in the Rain is having a super fun series – Craft A-Z Through the Month! Every day of the month she’s highlighting a different craft letter and I’m part of the first week! E for Embroidery! :) You can check out the rest of the posts for this week below – they are so fun!

A is for Antlers || Grey Luster Girl

B is for Button || Ameroonie Designs

C is for Copper pipe vase || Crafting in the Rain

D is for Doily wreath || The Creative Mom

E is for Embroidered hoop || Flamingo Toes

F is for Flower gears || Sowdering About in Seattle

G is for Glitter || Ginger Snap Crafts

Such awesome projects – I’m excited to see what the whole month holds!

Maybe this month you’ll try something new – like Embroidery!

Peeps Embroidery Hoop Art

Peeps Spring Embroidery

Linking up at Met Monday, Tutorials & Tips Tuesday, Sugar Bee Crafts, 504 Main, Block PartySnap, The Party Bunch, & Tip Junkie. Make sure you check them out!


  • Reply March 4, 2014


    Oh my goodness…so, so, so cute Bev! I love this!

  • This is hilarious! I love this!

  • So fun! The little gold necklace slays me :) And the floral is perfect!

  • Reply March 4, 2014


    LOVE this! Still smiling…
    J Martin

  • This is so sweet – I’m especially in love with that fabric!! So pretty!!

  • Reply March 4, 2014


    Adorable! Love the “yo!” Too cute! ;)

  • Ha!! Best idea EVER! I’m loving this on the vintage sheet. :)

  • This is beyond awesome! That sheet fabric is a perfect pairing with the peeps, too!

  • Reply March 5, 2014

    Laura Humble

    You are so creative! I love how you make your tutorials so user friendly too :-)

  • I can’t help but chuckle when I look at this. So fun and I agree that Easter candy ROCKS!!!

  • Reply March 8, 2014


    OMG this is so cute. Love love love it. Pinned.

  • Reply March 11, 2014

    Cookie 17

    These are soooo cute plus don’t look hard do fabric is perfect for this project,,cute,cute,cute Thank’s

  • Reply April 7, 2014


    Hi there! I featured your adorable design today on Craft Gossip. Thank you for sharing your pattern.

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