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    Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft

    Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft

    I am absolutely obsessed with making handmade wreaths for my each holiday and season for my home. With my kiddos helping me, I have been having a lot of fun the past few months picking out supplies from the dollar store. Every summer, I decorate my living room with red, white, and blue lights from Memorial Day through Labor Day. After discovering that plastic tablecloths work extremely well to create fluffy wreaths, I set to work making another red, white, and blue wreath that I also adorned with a belled door knob hanger.

    Materials

    Instructions

    1. Cut the tablecloths into 5 inch by 1 inch strips.
    2. Tie the tablecloth strips around the wires of the wreath. Push the strips closely together. Alternate sections of red, white, and blue.
    3. After covering the wire wreath with the tablecloth strips, tie a piece of red ribbon around the back top and knot.
    4. Sew the patriotic door knob hanger to the bottom center of the wreath.
    5. Display the red, white, and blue wreath.

    Supplies for Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft Tablecloth Strips for Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft

    Tying Red Strip on Wire for Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft Adding More Strips to Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft

    Adding Even More Strips to Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft Red and White Sections of Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft

    Red, White, and Blue Sections of Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft Adding Door Knob Hanger to Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft

    Sewing Door Knob Hanger to Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft Finished Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft

    For more fun patriotic wreath crafts, try my Patriotic Craft Stick Star Wreath Craft, Patriotic Wreath Craft, Patriotic Star Wreath CraftPatriotic Duck-oration Wreath and Fourth of July Wreath Craft.

    Image Credits

    Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft © 2016 Heather Johnson
    Supplies for Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft © 2016 Heather Johnson
    Tablecloth Strips for Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft © 2016 Heather Johnson
    Tying Red Strip on Wire for Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft © 2016 Heather Johnson
    Adding More Strips to Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft © 2016 Heather Johnson
    Adding Even More Strips to Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft © 2016 Heather Johnson
    Red and White Sections of Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft © 2016 Heather Johnson
    Red, White, and Blue Sections of Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft © 2016 Heather Johnson
    Adding Door Knob Hanger to Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft © 2016 Heather Johnson
    Sewing Door Knob Hanger to Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft © 2016 Heather Johnson
    Finished Red, White, and Blue Wreath Craft © 2016 Heather Johnson

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