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A patriotic wreath for front door decor isn’t isolated to a single season like Summer or Fall. There are patriotic holidays that happen throughout the year.

If you want to create your patriotic door wreath, but you’re just getting started with wreath making, this simple design is perfect!

If you’ve already established your wreath making business, this design is the perfect multiple to fill your shop with.

simple patriotic grapevine wreath

DIY Patriotic Wreath for 4th July and More!

This red, white, and blue grapevine wreath works perfectly for all of those patriotic holidays. You’ll only need these 6 supplies and a some hot glue to create an amazing designer wreath.


  • 14″ grapevine wreath
  • Magnolia leaf spray
  • Blue filler flowers
  • Berry bush
  • 2.5″ wired ribbon
  • 1.5″ wired ribbon

grapevine wreath with patriotic themed bow and florals
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Easy Patriotic Wreath for Front Doors




Create your bow

  • Using your 1.5" wired ribbon, create a 14" tail.
  • Next make 2 x 10" loops and 2 x 11" loops.
  • Now, take your 2.5" wired ribbon, create a 14" tail.
  • Make 2 slightly larger loops, one on each side.
  • Secure with a zip tie.
  • Attach to the top left hand corner of the grapevine using a zip tie or pipe cleaner.
  • Using your wire cutter, remove excess zip tie tail.
  • Dovetail ends of tails

Add stems, sprays, and picks.

  • Spread out the leaves on your magnolia leaves spray.
  • Trim excess stem.
  • Insert into the grapevine right under the bow. Place one pick on the top side of the bow and two on the bottom of the bow.
  • Secure stems to grapevine with zip ties.
  • Fluff out bow and shape leaves as necessary.
  • Separate blue filler florals for smaller bunches.
  • Fluff out florals curling them up.
  • Trim excess stem and hot glue into grapevine in between the bow and magnolia leaves on each side.
  • You could stop here if your happy with the design.
  • Add additional stems if you want a fuller design.
  • Add additional ribbon tails using your 2 ribbons. Zip tie to grapevine and dovetail ends. It creates an illusion of a larger design.



Can you add a sign to this design?

You absolutely could. You can attach it to the open space on the right of the wreath for an entirely different look.

When can I find great prices on red, white, and blue craft supplies?

You’d be surprised how often you can find red, white, and blue supplies on clearance after Christmas. There’s discounted ribbon, florals, and picks that would perfectly in your Patriotic themed designs. Stock up during that time to reduce your supply cost.

What is considered Patriotic themed design?

Patriotic themed design often consists of symbols that are associated with the nation or country, such as the colors of the flag, national birds and animals, and other related symbols.

For example, an American patriotic themed wreath might feature red, white and blue ribbons and decorations in a pattern that looks like the United States flag. Stars and stripes can also be used to give the wreath a more traditional look. Additionally, items like eagles, flags, stars and fireworks can be used to create a festive atmosphere for holiday celebrations.

What holidays are considered Patriotic Holidays?

  • Martin Luther King Day – 3rd Monday in January
  • Presidents’ Day – 3rd Monday in February
  • National Medal of Honor Day – March 25th
  • Flag Day – June 14th
  • Independence Day – July 4th
  • Labor Day – 1st Monday in September
  • Constitution Day – September 17th
  • Veterans Day – November 11th

If you need any help with centerpiece-making, bow-making, wreath-making, or crafting in general, be sure to check out more of our tutorials on How to Make Wreaths.

We would love to see your beautiful summer wreaths! Please share with us over at the How To Make Wreaths Facebook Group.

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