How To Make Our 4th of July Wreath

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The 4th of July is just right around the corner and if you live in Utah, we celebrate the 24th, as well. If you want to show that your a proud American or want to celebrate your pioneer heritage, here’s the wreath for you! This is so simple and fun to make, I wanted to share for those of you that loved it but wasn’t our lucky winner.
13 inch foam wreath
10 to 11 pieces of white felt
10 to 11 pieces of red felt
6 pieces of blue felt
1 package of star stickers
1 box of straight pins

  • Cut felt into 4  equaled sized pieces, and place them into separate piles.


  • Fold them into a triangle.
  • It won’t be perfect but just get it as close as you can.


  • Fold it again, the other way. Again, the edges won’t line up but get it as close as you can.


  • Pin the triangles to the foam wreath. Placing the points together. I used two pins for each piece of felt.
  • Rotate red and white and squeeze the sections close together, until you have a small patch left.
  • Depending on how big of blue section you want, fill with the blue felt, using the same technique as the other colors.


  • Hot glue the stars onto the blue section.
  • Pick your favorite patriotic ribbon to help you hang your wreath to your door.
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46 thoughts on “How To Make Our 4th of July Wreath”

  1. I love this so much! I have been wanting to make a patriotic wreath and this one is so cute! Thanks for linking up to The Creative Exchange. I am featuring your project this week. xo, Laura

  2. AWESOME wreath!!! And your tutorial is perfect! Thank you so much for sharing with us over at Craftin' Desert Divas!!!

    Mollie's Motif

  3. Oh I love this! I didn't catch on that it was made of felt! I love to play with felt, so I'm pinning this to make. Thanks for sharing!

  4. This is so cute and I like the fact that it is made of felt (no sewing) This might appear on our door this 4th of July. Thanks so much for sharing. Visiting from Best of the Blogosphere.

  5. I am looking for a new 4th of July wreath and this looks easy enough even I could do it!! That’s why I chose it as my feature for this week’s Thank Goodness It’s Thursday link party! I hope you’ll come link up with us again!!

  6. Thanks for sharing this post at the Pin Me Linky Party at Diana Rambles. It is being featured today at part of a 4th of July food & craft collection. It’s also been pinned and tweeted. Have a great weekend! ~Diana

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