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Looking for a patriotic wreath to display this Fourth of July or Memorial Day? Look no further than this red, white, and blue wreath!

If you want to add a little spirit to your patriotic celebrations this year, why not start at the front door? Y’all know I’m a sucker for decorating for pretty much any holiday, and the Fourth of July is no exception.

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Red, White, and Blue Wreath

There really isn’t another color options for this red, white, and blue wreath. I mean, you could try one, but it wouldn’t have that U.S.A. flare.

This wreath has pretty 10″ mesh poufs around the bottom of the wreath, topped with some 8″ poufs on the top. Then we’ll attach a cute sign to the top using a combination of superglue and pipe cleaners. Next, we’ll layer on some gorgeous handmade bows. Trust me, it’ll make sense in the video below.

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How to Make a Red, White, and Blue Wreath

Looking for a patriotic wreath to display this Fourth of July or Memorial Day? Look no further than this red, white, and blue wreath!
Yield: 1 wreath
Author: Damon Oates

Instructions

  • Take your sign and on the back use the rapid fuse glue and add the zip tie mounts to each corner. Wait for glue to be completely dry. You don't need much to keep the mounts in place. A little goes a long way.
  • Fluff out wreath form
  • Take your mesh and make 8" poofs between each wreath tie on the top of your wreath form and 10" poofs around the bottom.
  • Using the bottom twist ties, use the deco mesh and fill in the middle to give a fuller look, skipping every other bottom twist tie.
  • Take wreath sign and add pipe cleaners to each of the mounts. Tie nice and tight.
  • Add the sign to the right side of your wreath. Use pipe cleaners to wrap and tie around metal frame.
  • Get out your ribbon tail board, 2.5" ribbon, and 1.5" ribbon.
  • Cut 2.5" ribbon into (36) 14" strips.
  • Cut ends into dovetails.
  • Cut 1.5" ribbon into (36) 14" strips.
  • Cut ends into dovetails.
  • Layer (2) 1.5" ribbon strips on top of (1) 2.5" ribbon strip, fold in half, scrunch in middle, and add to the wreath ties.
  • Fan out the ribbon tails. and Make sure it all points out to make the wreath look bigger.
  • Repeat previous 2 steps until you add ribbon tails to each wreath tie on the bottom and then the top ties.
  • Get a 2.5" ribbon and cut (4) 26-inches long. Cut ends into dovetails.
  • Get another 2.5" ribbon and cut (4) 25-inches long. Cut ends into dovetails.
  • Get 1.5" ribbon and cut (4) 24-inches long. Cut ends into dovetails.
  • Take the 25-inch long ribbon, fold in half, fold in half again, give it a little pinch, and add to wreath tie.
  • Take the 26-inch long ribbon, fold in half, fold in half again, give it a little pinch, and add to the same wreath tie facing opposite of previous ribbon.
  • Take the 24-inch long ribbon, fold in half, fold in half again, give it a little pinch, and add to the same wreath tie facing opposite of previous ribbon.
  • Repeat last 3 steps to make your fake bow 3 more times.
  • Get one of the 2.5" ribbons, cut (2) 25-inches long, trim ends into dovetails, and make single loop bows and add to wreath.
  • Get your 1.5" ribbons, cut (1)14-inches long, trim ends into dovetails, and add ribbon tail to wreath.
  • Curl in all wreath ties.

Now you have a beautiful patriotic welcome wreath to decorate your door or home! So, are you ready to make this red, white, and blue wreath and start celebrating? I sure am!

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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.

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