I made this fun wreath for the 4th of July. Come on in and I’ll show you how I did it!
Red, White, and Blue Yarn – it doesn’t have to be expensive – the cheap stuff is fine
Start by taking one of the colors (I started with red), I knotted it in the back and started to wrap it around the wreath form. Wrap around the tail of the yard so you don’t see it hanging out.
I really just eyeballed this one, so I wrapped until I thought I was good. I did have to go over it twice with the yard to make sure the green form was covered.
Sorry this pic is so blurry!
I kept wrapping until I thought I was good and started with a new color.
When I was finished with the color, I knotted it off and stuck the tail underneath the already wound yarn.
I added my star stickers and tied a ribbon on the top.
The stars did fall off a little so I followed up with some hot glue.
I think it looks super cute and goes well for the 4th of July!