4th of July Burlap Wreath

 

Are you ready for 4th of July? I wasn’t but I think I am now! I made this lush Patriotic wreath over the weekend. It looks bright and cheery and it’s so full!  Everyone loves it!

Today I will show you how to make your very own Patriotic wreath for your front door!

Let’s get started with a list of materials needed for this easy project.  Most of the items are from Walmart, if any item is from another vendor, I will mention that next to the material.

1 – 14″ Wire form from Dollar Tree

1 – 15′ Roll of white or natural burlap

1 – 15′ Roll of red burlap

1 – 15′ Roll of blue burlap

1 pack each of red, white, and blue chenille stems (pipe cleaners)

1 pack of red, white, and blue stars

1 Patriotic bow

Hot glue gun and glue sticks

A few other things before we jump to the video;

Cut your pipe cleaners into 3/3rds. You’ll use these as a measurement tool when placing your bubbles

The wire form I’m using has 6 sections. You will be using 2 sections for each color. Also, you’ll only be using the two inner rings.

In each section, on one wire, you will place 10 bubbles. i.e for the red burlap you’ll be placing 40 bubbles. (total of 4 rings within the 2 sections). This will make sense once you view the video.

Finally, here’s a video (it’s a combination of real time and hyperlapse). I like including hyperlapse because you can watch an hour worth of video in 10 minutes. I do slow down for the important parts.  Enjoy and Happy Wreathing!

Thank you so much for viewing my tutorial. If you have any questions, please feel free to message me. Also, check me out on social media. Don’t forget to follow me.

https://www.facebook.com/morningglorywreathco/

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChTDaFn0iIKWUZGQArcpufg

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