4th Of July Grapevine Wreath DIY

3 Materials
10 Minutes

Learn how to make a beautiful grapevine wreath for your 4th of July decor using a scarf from Dollar Tree!

Welcome to June! Can you believe summer is already here? Well, not officially, but to me when June comes, it’s summer.

The beginning of summer is always full of reds, whites, and blues since we have Memorial Day and Independence Day. So today I'm going to show you how to make a super easy and super cheap 4th of July grapevine wreath that only costs $2 to make!

For this project, all you need is:

  • Grapevine wreath
  • Scarf (I got mine from Dollar Tree)
  • Star wall hanging from Dollar Tree
  • Hot glue gun

Let's get started!

Patriotic scarf from Dollar Tree

Star wall hanging from Dollar Tree

Step 1

First, lay the 4th of July Dollar Tree scarf flat with the front side facing down. Then lay the grapevine wreath on top of the scarf, closer to one end. Leave enough scarf edge so that it can be tied to the other edge.

Step 2

Next, wrap the longer edge of the scarf around the grapevine wreath and tie the scarf in a knot on one side of the wreath. One edge of the scarf will be longer, and that’s what you want to happen.

Step 3

Remove one of the stars from the hanging star decoration. I chose to use the blue one for my 4th of July grapevine wreath. The stars are easy to remove because they are just stapled to burlap.

Step 4

Use hot-glue to glue the star to the knot you just tied in the scarf.

Hang your 4th of July grapevine wreath and enjoy!

I love how quick and easy this project is and also that it only costs $2 to make!

Be sure to check out my blog for more fun home decor DIYs on a budget!

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