Patriotic Wreath Tutorial Using Hymnal Pages

5 Materials
15 Minutes
Who doesn’t love a good project or craft that you can literally make in less than 10 minutes. I know I do. And then when it’s a gorgeous wreath, it’s even better. Wreaths don’t have to be complicated or expensive.
That’s why I’m so excited to bring you this patriotic wreath tutorial using old hymnal pages just in time for July 4th. Hymnals make me think of our beautiful church and faith that our country was founded on. What else could be more fitting for a wreath this time of year?
I got these old hymnal books that I used from my grandfather before he passed away which makes them even more special. You can find them at local thrift stores sometimes. Just keep your eyes out. If all else fails, you can also use regular book pages. Cut the pages in half in small strips.
Wrap the strips of the hymnal pages around the wreath attaching each one to the back using the floral pins. These pins are amazing. I can’t believe I hadn’t discovered them already. They are so quick and easy to use.
Wrap a ribbon around the top and tie in a knot. Hide the knot to the back of the wreath using a floral pin.
The great part is you don’t have to spend a lot of time making it either. I just love the simple touch of patriotism!
Suggested materials:
  • Styrofoam wreath
  • Hymnal pages
  • Floral pins
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