Easy Patriotic Wreath
This is a very inexpensive and easy wreath to make (this is my original that I made last year, you’ll see a new version of it on Monday that lights up) – great for all of those patriotic holidays and celebrations. It is also easily adaptable to make for many other occasions as well.
14″ wire wreath form (Dollar Tree)
2, 9ft. tinsel garlands (Dollar Tree)
Door hanging bell decor (Dollar Tree)
Hot glue gun (Glue gun – craft stores, glue sticks Dollar Tree)
Hot glue your tinsel into place at the top of the wreath form.
You will start winding the tinsel around the wreath form, adjusting as you go for tightness and space.
You’re first garland should take you about 1/2 way around. Hot glue the end of the first one into place. Hot glue your next garland into place at the bottom of the wreath form where you left off, and continue around.
As you get to the top of your wreath, slide on your door hanging bell decoration.
Center your door hanging bell decoration and finish wrapping the tinsel. When you get to the end, hot glue the end into place at the top.
I kept the original plastic tag on the wreath and used it to hang my wreath from.
Easy Patriotic Wreath Video
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Great decoration for any patriotic holiday! Gotta love Dollar Tree. 🙂
So very true, thanks Linda 🙂 Love the Dollar Tree!
Fantastic, fast and fun! Who could want more? Thanks for sharing!
Thanks so much Naomie 🙂 Hope you are having a wonderful weekend!
I wish that you would have a print button so we could print out the directions. I am going to try this one. Thanks for all your ideas.
Hi Sharon, I totally understand your frustration. I can look into something like that and see if there is an option for my blog. Other suggestions might be to right click your mouse on the page you’re trying to print, select print, and that should help print it for you. Otherwise you could also highlight the wording on the page, copy it, pasted it on a word doc, and then print it that way too. I’m glad you want to give it a try 🙂