1. Use the embroidery hoops as cork boards. paintmeplaid.com 2. Coolest kid art project ever: this stained-glass sun catcher. estefimachado.com.br Get the instructions here. 3. Or you can also make a photo mobile by stringing three of them together. Via natalme.com 4. Or display photos IN them. brigitte.de 5. Use one as a blackboard. Via wishwishwish.net Embroidery hoops are super easy to hang. 6. Or hang a bunch from the ceiling. Via designdazzle.blogspot.com.es 7. But if you've got a few of them, you should probably make a pendant light. dearemmeline.blogspot.com 8. Make a pin cushion. Via yellowspool.com 9. On another sewing tip, use one to organize your spools of thread. Via yellowspool.com 10. Or show off your favorite fabrics. Via purlbee.com Instant wall art! 11. Create a mobile for a baby's room. Via creativejewishmom.com Put a bird on it. 12. Put more birds on it. Via ecabonline.com 13. Display your grandmother's doilies. Via Flickr: woolly_fabulous 14. Stick your notes on an embroidery hoop bulletin board. Via kimandjelly.blogspot.com.es 15. It's a cute way to display earrings and brooches. onesheepishgirl.blogspot.jp 16. The kids can easily make these works of string art. Via stylemepretty.com 17. Hang a bunch from the ceiling just like so. Via littlegirlbigcloset.com 18. Mind-blowing thing of the day: you can use one to screenprint t-shirts. mycalicoskies.blogspot.co.nz Get the instructions here. 19. Got a drawstring cloth bag lying around? Make a laundry hamper. Via marthastewart.com It's a super easy project that doesn't require any sewing. 20. Another no-sew project: create the bed nook of your dreams with this embroidery hoop canopy. countryliving.com Get the directions here.