Red, White & Blue Burlap Wreath

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I love making new wreaths for my home's front door each season. I often work with burlap, because it it inexpensive and versatile. I wanted to make a wreath for Memorial Day and the Fourth of July, so I decided to make an easy red, white and blue burlap bubble wreath.
All I needed for my wreath was red, white and blue burlap and a wire wreath form. Burlap ribbon is ideal for this project. I couldn't find navy blue burlap ribbon, so instead I made my own navy blue burlap ribbon by cutting burlap into long, 2-inch wide strips.
To make my wreath, I simply tied on loose knots of burlap onto the wire wreath frame to make my burlap "bubbles" for the wreath.
I slid the knots close together on the frame to create each section of color. I started out with blue, and then alternated sections of red and white. This wreath took me about 30 minutes to make. I love how it looks on my home's red door!
Here's another look at the wreath. For more detailed instructions, please stop by my blog, Mom Home Guide.
Suggested materials:
  • Red, white and blue burlap   (Burlapfabric.com)
  • Wire Wreath Form   (Dollar Store)
  • Scissors
Lauren of Mom Home Guide
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  • Mic19427223 Mic19427223 on Jun 06, 2017
    How do you make the Knots? Silly question? I have never made one before

  • Margi Miceli Margi Miceli on Jun 06, 2017
    How many rolls of burlap? I know you cut your own blue; do you think three will do it? Thx

  • 98713223230 98713223230 on Jul 11, 2017
    What size were the Wreath Forms.

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