So you all are probably thinking “Another patriotic 4th of July wreath tutorial? Really?” I’ve just been so inspired with decorating for 4th of July this year, and this wreath is so easy-peasy I just had to share!!! This is the last 4th of July themed project this year; I promise!
You will need:
- 18″ grapevine wreath
- 2 rolls of wire ribbon, 1 1/2 inches by 5 yards each in red and blue
- 25-ish wood star cutouts (you may need more or less depending on the size of ribbon you make)
- 1 can flat spray paint in white (I like primer because it covers so well)
- hot glue and glue gun
- 1 yard jute twine
Spray paint the wreath and stars. I did this outside in the shade because it was 100+ degrees that day and I did not want to go in our shop (aka: sauna).
Wrap the red ribbon evenly around the wreath and secure as needed with hot glue.
Make a bow. As I’ve mentioned quite often, I suck at making bows, but I’ve come up with a new method (at least for me) to make one that’s pretty easy and it didn’t turn out half bad. I plan on making a tutorial and sharing it soon!
Glue the stars onto the bow as shown using hot glue.
Glue or tie the bow onto the wreath. Tie the jute twine around the top of the wreath, hang up, and enjoy!
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and didn’t get too tired of all my 4th of July themed projects! 🙂
Until next time!