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Wreaths are a fun and traditional way to decorate for the holidays . These ten quick and easy Fourth of July Wreaths keep the fun and are easy on the budget!
Traditional wreaths bring a sense of comfort to a home but there is something about non-traditional ones that I love! While there are some traditions that I LOVE and continue, I love being able to create new and exciting things that show my quirky and fun family!
This 4th of July Wreath from the CraftCuts Community is adorable! I love the use of the number 4 as the focal point.
It’s so fun and easy to use bandanas when decorating for Independence Day and Jennifer from The Craft Patch created an adorable wreath with some.
And nothing signifies Independence Day more than this USS America Wreath. It’s even made from a wreath form so you don’t need to worry about finding a buoy.
My all-time favorite is this Ribbon Stars and Stripes Door hanger that I created last year. It doesn’t get much easier than this!
Design Improvised knocked it out of the park with her wreath! The best part that all of her supplies were already pre-made – she just put it all together!
Independence Day makes me think of American Flags and this DIY Farmhouse Wreath from The American Patriette with cotton stems and a gingham ribbon is adorable!
I love the feel that old book pages bring to craft projects and this 4th of July Book Page Wreath from Meegan Makes is no exception!
If you’ve got some old clothespins hanging around, you can create this festive 4th of July Clothespin Wreath! If you don’t have any on hand, they are super cheap at any store.
This Old Glory Wreath from Stone Gable is absolutely STUNNING!! I know most people wouldn’t approve the use of the flag in it’s current state but I love it!
The next time you’re at the dollar store, you can grab some of these fun pinwheels and create a Pinwheel Wreath that was made by Fun Learning Life!
There you have it! Ten QUICK and EASY Fourth of July wreaths than you can get created this weekend so you can start enjoying them before the holiday passes.
All of these would also work and be interchangeable with Memorial Day or Labor Day.
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