Red, White and Blue Burlap Wreath


Get inspired to make a burlap wreath to celebrate the Burlap wreaths are surprisingly easy to make. You can have a beautiful craft completed in just a few hours! The Red, White and Blue Burlap Wreath idea I’m sharing today weaves two different accent ribbons with rustic burlap for a folksy yet fun appearance.
The red with white polka dots and blue denim ribbons make it great for celebrating Memorial Day, 4th of July and other patriotic holidays in your home.
To make the wreath, you gently weave the ribbons in and out of a wreath frame until you’ve gone all the way around it. See instructions for how to make a burlap wreath at http://www.kenarry.com/burlap-wreath-red-white-blue/
You can paint your own wood sign to make it say whatever festive saying you would like, like "Stars and Stripes"or "Sweet Land of Liberty".
I chose to keep the sign for this burlap wreath simple so it could hang in a home all summer long!
Use hot glue to add bright red, felt flowers.
With this mix of rustic burlap and denim with red and white polka dot ribbon, you've got yourself beautiful decor to decorate for the 4th of July!

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