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Learn how to make an easy 4th of July wreath from this awesome collection. With some simple DIY, you will have your own patriotic wreath to hang on the front door.
Using ribbon, burlap, deco mesh, flowers and more, there is something to suit everyone’s tastes. Get the kids involved and create a masterpiece for your home.
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With 4th July literally just around the corner, you might want to be hanging a holiday wreath at your home.
A wreath is the first thing that people will see as they come to your front door, and if you are having people over for a 4th of July party, then this is a great way to welcome guests to your home.
You may have already made some Christmas wreaths, Thanksgiving wreaths or even Valentine’s wreaths in the past.
The 4th of July is another great opportunity to create something special for the holiday.
There are a lot of 4th of July wreaths to choose from. Whether you choose something traditional with stripes, or use some fresh burlap, there will be a wreath here that will cater for all tastes.
So grab your tools, spend a bit of time with the kids and create a 4th of July wreath that your friends will love as they come to your door.
Follow the links to open up the full tutorial for each of the wreaths.
Easy Holiday Wreath Ideas For The 4th of July
1. Denim Wreath Flag
Source: Made In A Day
I am absolutely loving this denim flag wreath. It’s so down to earth, young and funky.
This is definitely the kind of wreath I would love hanging on my front door!
2. Burlap Wreath
Source: Domestic Super Hero
This fresh burlap wreath is easily interchangeable from seasons.
It just goes to show that if you make an awesome wreath once, then you can easily customize it for different holidays.
3. Eye Catching 4th of July Flag Wreath
Source: Artsy Fartsy Mama
This bright 4th July wreath immediately caught my eye. You definitely wouldn’t miss this on the front door.
It is so incredibly inviting with it’s bursting bright colors.
4. Ribbon Tie Wreath
Source: The Ribbon Retreat
This ribbon tie wreath is so simple but oh so adorable.
Literally made with different ribbons, this wreath screams fun!
5. Budget Wreath
Source: The Country Cottage
This gorgeous 4th July wreath was made for under $5. Yes it really is possible!
Not only that, but it’s a simple design that is easy to whip up. Sounds like the perfect wreath don’t you think?
6. Fireworks Wreath
It wouldn’t be the 4th July without fireworks, so why not add them to your wreath.
This 4th July fireworks wreath can be made in less than 20 minutes.
Pretty awesome right?
You really have no excuses for not decorating this year.
7. American Star Wreath
Source: Piggy Bank Parties
How much fun is this American star wreath. This would definitely be eye catching on the front door.
8. Curling Ribbon Wreath
Source: Crazy Little Projects
If you want to do something a bit jazzy, then this fun curling ribbon 4th July wreath will be just the thing for you.
The entire wreath looks like a party!
9. Burlap Curling Ribbon Wreath
Source: Atop Serenity Hill
I always love the look of burlap and this burlap curling ribbon wreath is no exception.
It’s an awesome mix of the popping colour and the natural balance of the burlap and grapevine.
10. Yarn Wreath
Source: Sugar Tot Designs
Last up for the week is this yarn wreath. Again it has a beautiful balance of the natural twine balanced with the fun and bright colors.
Those stars are an awesome finishing touch.
A 4th of July wreath is a great way to show your patriotism and is certainly a fantastic way to dress up your front door.
Hanging one of these wreaths is also a great reminder that summer has officially arrived.
Need some more ideas? Check out the best easy 4th of July party ideas. You will have a ton of inspiration for fun things to do for the entire family.
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Thanks so much for saying sweet things about my wreath, and for the share!
Catherine Holt says
Your very welcome Kim. Your wreath is absolutely adorable 🙂
I love these wreaths and I am not american either – Thanks for linking up to Pin Worthy Wednesday, I have pinned your post to the Pin Worthy Wednesday Pinterest Board.
Catherine Holt says
It certainly makes you want to celebrate doesn’t it Amberjane 🙂 Thanks so much for pinning!
We made a clothespin freedom wreath and I can’t wait to do a write up on it. These are cute, I may need to attempt one of them next year – i am pinning to my 4th of July board!
Catherine Holt says
Oh that sounds like fun Joann, I bet it is super cute 🙂