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DIY 4th of July Wreath Tutorial from Elvamdesign.com

4th of July is one of my favorite holidays. I love decorating for it, and like to add new decor pieces each year. This year I decided to put together an easy DIY 4th of July wreath that took me less than 15 minutes to create and for only $5.00. Read on for the full tutorial.

All my supplies can be purchased from DollarTree. I love all of their Red White & Blue Party Supplies. Being only a dollar, it’s easy to stock up! 

 

4th of July Wreath Supplies

4th of July Wreath Supplies:

  • Willow Wreath Form
  • American Flag Bandana
  • Faux Flowers (Red, White, and Blue)
  • Scissors (wire cutters are even better)
  • Hot Glue Gun (optional)
  • Hot Glue Sticks (optional)

 

Assemble Your Wreath:

Fold the American Flag Bandana in half.

Step 1: Fold your flag -- DIY 4th of July Wreath from Elva M Design Studio

Wrap around the wreath. Tuck in the ends under the wreath to secure. 

Step 2: Wrap Flag around your wreath -- DIY 4th of July Wreath from Elva M Design Studio

Use scissors (or wire cutters for an easier cut) to trim the stems of your flowers leaving about 1-2 inches below the blooms.

Secure the stems to the wreath with hot glue. Add a dab of hot glue to the stem and insert it into the wreath. Hold for a few seconds until the flower is secure. You can also just push these into the wreath for a less permanent option.

Step 3: Cut and attach your flowers -- DIY 4th of July Wreath from Elva M Design Studio

Repeat the step above until all of your flowers are secure. I used two flowers of each color. 

DIY 4th of July Wreath from Elvamdesign.com

If you’re looking for more patriotic decor, don’t forget to grab my set of Printable 4th of July decor and here for even more

 

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Hi, I'm Meghan, owner and designer of Elva M Design Studio. I'm a Mom of two and throwing parties is my love language. I love sharing party ideas to help other busy Moms throw a Pinterest-worthy party without all the hassle or wasted dollars. Follow along for party ideas and free printables.

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