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4th of July Wreath

4th of July is such a fun holiday! I love celebrating the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave. I like to see the red, white, and blue colors, enjoy summer temperatures, and celebrate at BBQ’s with fireworks. My friend gave me the idea of this cute and super-easy 4th of July Wreath. To make this wreath more inexpensive you could do what she did, make it in a crafting group with a few friends or family. If you planned to make it with a few friends and bought everything in bulk this 4th of July Wreath costs less than $10.00.  



Paint 25 clothes pins red and 25 white. Paint 15 clothes pins blue. 4th of July Wreath

 Paint about 10 stars of differing sizes white.

4th of July Wreath

Allow to dry. Cool or hot glue the wood star cut outs to the blue clothes pins sporadically.

4th of July Wreath

Clip clothes pins on a metal wreath.

4th of July Wreath

If you would like a fuller wreath, add more clothes pins (15 more red, 15 more white, 5 more blue) and 5 more stars or paint them  to fit your preference. I hope you enjoy your 4th of July Wreath!


Wreath (metal frame 18″)

clothes pins

Bright Red paint (Apple Barrel)

White Paint (Apple Barrel)

21142 Cobalt Blue paint (Apple Barrel)

wood star cut outs

sponge brushes

Wreath door hanger

cool glue gun

cool glue Sticks

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4th of July Wreath


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2 Responses to 4th of July Wreath

  1. Kate says:

    This wreath is huge and I love it! It came out great!

    Kate | The Organized Dream

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