DIY Fourth of July Ribbon Wreath

3 Materials
$6
30 Minutes
Easy
Wanted to share a take on a Dollar Store Fourth of July wreath that you can make for so, so, s o cheap.
Gather your materials: some sort of wreath base, ribbon (yes I got that from my local Dollar Store) and scissors.
Cut your ribbon and then fold it in half.
Loop it around the wreath base and pull the two strands through.
Repeat that switching between your ribbon until the wreath base is full.
Add whatever accessory you'd like! I put a little USA banner together.
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Suggested materials:
  • Wreath base
  • Ribbon
  • Scissors
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  • Mor9059876 Mor9059876 on Aug 28, 2017
    I love this idea, but how do you keep the top half from yielding to gravity? The wreath form would help some, I'm sure, but yours doesn't appear "droopy" at all.

  • Aiokersonalicea1 Aiokersonalicea1 on Jun 23, 2018

    I have the same question. We have a lot of humidity here in central Georgia. It is hard to keep things from falling down or apart.

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  • Claudia Thompson Claudia Thompson on Jun 27, 2017
    Not same wreath base used as shown in first picture as used in others...looks as if embroidery hoops used for wreath instead of metal multi rings!

    • Rachel Metz Rachel Metz on Jun 28, 2017
      It's actually a random circle I found in my garage from some other project! You don't NEED to use a wreath base if you don't want to spend money on it. You can even bend a wire hanger! Possibilities are endless (and most the time cheaper!) when we think outside the box a little.

  • Jenny Jenny on May 01, 2021

    It will be Her Majesty's 70th jubilee in 2022. Thanks for the idea, with wired ribbon to hold the shape and careful positioning of colours this will make a great union flag for my front door especially with roses in the centre. From Great Britain, I thank you.

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