american flag wreath
Happy 4th of July! I hope you’re all celebrating right now with a cocktail in one hand and a burger in the other! Baby girl and I whipped up a little Independence Day wreath last week and even though no one is going to be doing any last minute diy’s right about now, I still thought it appropriate to share because it’s so easy!
Before I had Lydia, I never decorated my house for a holiday except for Christmas, but now I’m having a blast making each one special for my little miss and it just so happens that the 4th of July is one of my favorites! I’ve had this image of an American flag wreath pinned for a while and thought it would look beautiful, hung by a navy striped grosgrain ribbon, on my plate hutch for Independence Day. This is the easiest DIY I’ve ever done and it probably only would have taken me twenty minutes to do it but my sidekick wanted to help so I let her stick them wherever she wanted and then I went back after she went down for a nap and re-did it! The best part is that I can use this for plenty of holidays throughout the year – Memorial Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day, when Daddy gets home from deployment or even just a last-minute barbeque in the backyard!
What you’ll need:
Styrofoam wreath (I used a 10 inch round)
About a million toothpick flags (I ordered this set of 500 from Amazon and used every one!)
Navy and white striped grosgrain ribbon
I just started on the outer edge of my wreath form and stuck one toothpick in after another. I wanted it to look a little more uniform so after I’d finish a round of toothpicks around the edge, I’d follow with another one right in front of it. I just kept going, working my way toward the center of the wreath from. And that’s it!
Happy Independence Day!
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