Patriotic Wreath

Hi friends,

I have a fun Patriotic Wreath for you today! It’s super easy to make and will just take a few minutes to be ready for your front door.

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You’ll need a styrofoam wreath form (mine is 14-inches), some patriotic print ribbon, your choice of embellishments, and a few straight pins. I found all of my supplies at Hobby Lobby.

Start by attaching your ribbon to the wreath form with a couple of straight pins like in the photo below.

Then wrap the ribbon tightly around the wreath form, overlapping the edges. Secure with more straight pins and trim off the excess ribbon.

If you are using a second ribbon, like my thinner blue ribbon with white stars, wrap it over the other ribbon and secure with a straight pin.

I cut a small piece of the blue ribbon, folded it in half, and attached it with a straight pin to the back of the wreath for a hanger.

Then attach the embellishments. I used hot glue to attach my curly red sparkles. The pom poms were attached to a wire stem, so I cut them down and poked the wire into the wreath – it will go right through the ribbon.

It’s the perfect wreath for your front door all Summer!

Don’t need a Patriotic Wreath? Make it in your favorite colors to match your decor – the color options are endless! Embellish your wreath with flowers, greenery, pom poms or anything else that works for you. 🙂

Anita

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