12 Patriotic DIY Fourth of July Wreathscraftyamy
On occasion I like to show my United States pride. And of course, the Fourth of July is the perfect holiday to do that! If you love wreaths as much as I do, take a peek at this collection of DIY Fourth of July wreaths. You’ll have such a fun time making one of these for your front door or patriotic mantel. Do you want to see my top 12 picks for patriotic wreaths? Click through the slideshow to see them!
12 Patriotic DIY Fourth of July Wreaths 1 of 13
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Floral Rosettes 2 of 13
You'll have to roll quite a few rosettes to make this unique wreath, but the end result is well worth it.
Patriotic Cones 3 of 13
Use your favorite patterns of scrapbook paper in patriotic colors and double stick tape to create this sophisticated wreath.
Cheap & Easy 4 of 13
I love that this wreath uses recycled denim and a pool noodle as a base.
USS America 5 of 13
Lorraine used a combination of fabric, a dropcloth and Mod Podge to create a wreath that looks just like a life preserver.
USA Bandanas 6 of 13
I love the bandana triangles that form the unique shape of this DIY wreath.
Let Freedom Ring 7 of 13
This wreath uses a red wood backboard to really highlight the bright blue.
Mini Wreath 8 of 13
This cute little mini wreath was made from burlap and denim - and makes a great tiny decoration or a lapel pin.
Painted Clothespins 9 of 13
Create a unique Fourth of July wreath by painting clothespins in patriotic colors.
Colorful Buttons 10 of 13
The colorful star buttons added as a finishing touch = the icing on the cake of this pretty wreath!
Dollar Store DIY 11 of 13
Charlotte created these wreaths entirely out of items from the dollar store - making it the perfect budget craft.
Striped Ribbon 12 of 13
The ribbon that Emily chose for her simple wreath is perfect - especially with the addition of star stickers.
Glitter Stars 13 of 13
Create a wreath out of felt rosettes - then add glitter "springy" stars to make it truly unique.
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