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DIY 4th of July Burlap Wreath

In just a few weeks we will be celebrating the 4th of July, and I wanted to add a little red, white, and blue decor to the house.  Immediately I thought about our front door wreath and thought it would be perfect to spruce up!  A few months ago I made a spring burlap wreath on our front door….

Spring Burlap WreathIt was so easy to make with this Burlap Ribbon, and I also loved how it would be so easy to change around for different times of the year.  I secured the numbers and flowers with wire, so they could easily be removed and changed out.  However, when thinking up a 4th of July Wreath, I decided to just leave them on, and add some additional flowers.

4th of July Burlap Wreath

4th of July Burlap Wreath

I found the flowers at the dollar store and the little flag in a pack of 3 in the dollar section at Target.  So for just a couple bucks, we now have a festive wreath! 

For basic Burlap Wreath Tutorial visit the original post here.

 

Comments

  1. well aren’t you patriotic!

  2. I really want to give this wreath a try. I’ve seen it all over Pinterest for awhile now, and I know I have the wreath form and ribbon in my stash somewhere!

  3. Nice! I have this wreath base so now you’ve given me ideas on what to attach for the 4th ;-)

  4. very pretty like this Allyson! I should do for Canada! we don’t do enough here! :-) I will see if I can find flowers at the dollar store too! :-)

  5. I love that wreath!

  6. Adorable!!

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