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50 DIY 4th of July Wreaths to Hang With Patriotic Pride

The 4th of July is a time for celebration, fireworks, and showing off your American spirit. What better way to do that than with a festive wreath proudly displayed on your front door?

This year, ditch the store-bought decorations and create a one-of-a-kind wreath that reflects your creativity.

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Here are some easy and fun DIY wreath ideas to get you started:

The Classic Ribbon Wreath:

This is a quick and hassle-free option, perfect for beginners. Grab spools of red, white, and blue ribbon in varying widths and patterns (think stripes, polka dots, or stars!). Cut the ribbon into strips of similar lengths. Then, simply tie each piece of ribbon around a wire wreath form, leaving a small tail at the end to hide the knot. Continue tying ribbons until the form is completely covered, alternating colors for a vibrant display.

The Textured Wreath:

For a more dimensional look, explore different textures. Use red burlap ribbon, white lace, and blue gingham fabric cut into strips. You can even incorporate natural elements like dried red berries and white pipecleaners bent into stars. Attach everything securely to a grapevine wreath form using hot glue or floral wire.

The Loop Yarn Wreath:

This is a great project for those who love working with yarn. Get red, white, and blue yarn in a chunky weight. Wrap the yarn loosely around a wire wreath form, creating loops as you go. Use a dab of hot glue every few inches to secure the yarn in place. Continue until the form is completely covered. Finish it off with some small wooden stars hot glued onto the wreath.

Bonus Idea: The Patriotic Pinwheel Wreath:

This is a unique twist on the traditional wreath. Craft red, white, and blue pinwheels from cardstock or construction paper. Layer the pinwheels on a flat wreath form, attaching them with hot glue. For an extra touch, add a small American flag in the center.

No matter what design you choose, unleash your creativity and personalize your wreath! Consider adding glitter, buttons, or small decorative signs that reflect your love for America. With a little effort, you’ll have a stunning 4th of July wreath that will be the envy of the neighborhood.


  • Use a wreath form size that complements your door.
  • Lay out your materials beforehand to visualize the design.
  • Secure all embellishments firmly to avoid them blowing off in the wind.
  • Most importantly, have fun and celebrate your patriotism!