DIY Red, White & Blue Scarf Wreath

5 Materials
$5
30 Minutes
Easy

Quick, easy and under $5 to make this Patriotic red, white and blue scarf wreath! Perfect to hang on your front door all Summer long!

I had an idea to create a Patriotic Wreath for my front door using little star LED candles in order to add a little flicker to the porch at night.


I found my supplies at my local Dollar Tree and decided to use red, white and blue scarf scraps and pieces of red and blue bandanas to make my front door wreath!



First, gather your supplies. Next, take your scarves and cut them into 2-3 inch strips.



Once your scarves are cut into pieces, start tying them onto the wire wreath form. Working your way around and filling in gaps as you go.

I tied each strip into a double-knot to ensure it was secure.

I used 2 scarves to fill the entire wreath form because 22 pieces took me about halfway.
Once the entire wreath was filled with scarf strips, I filled in with the red and blue bandanna pieces, tying a piece of bandanna to the wreath every two scarf pieces.


My pattern was 2 blue, then 2 red, 2 blue, etc.


The bandannas really helped to fill in any gaps and make it look fluffy and full!

My original plan was to add blue star LED candles to the wreath, but soon realized they would get lost in all of the red and blue material.


I remembered I had picked up a bouquet of white faux flowers while at Dollar Tree and decided to hot glue them to the corner.

The star LED candles pop perfectly against the white flowers! The flowers were exactly what it needed to bring my vision to life!

A fun, festive and fairly inexpensive wreath. About $5-6 after the flowers and candles were added to the wreath!


The red, white and blue wreath is lightweight and easy to pop off and on the front door for all of the Patriotic holidays!


For more details and images, head over to the full tutorial on my blog, This is our Bliss.

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