Festive, July 4th DIY Wreaths: Easy, Simple & Inspired!

Once July 4th hits, you’ll want your house dipped in a bit of the festive pride. And what better way to start adorning your house with nods to our Independence than with a welcoming wreath to all of your guests. Cover the front door, dress the back door and maybe even sprinkle some around the inside of your house too. Check out these easy, simple and inspired July 4th DIY wreaths and start creating!

1. Burlap.

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Everyone loves burlap. Just make sure to stamp on some stars and dye pieces the right shade of red and blue!{found on amomstake}.

2. Books Please.

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For something more vintage-inspired, grab some old books you don’t mind tearing up to create this beauty. Then snag some ribbon to embellish with the colors of the day.{found on meeganmakes}.

3. Feminine Touches.

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A natural wreath topped off with lush florals gives your door and your home a cozy, feminine touch. Not to mention, it’s beautiful!

4. Felt & Yarn.

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Have the kids cut out the felt stars and you wrap the base with the yarn of red and blue. Then all you have to do is attached the embellishments!{found on site}.

5. Paper Cones.

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You can create small ones or big ones based on the size of the paper you’ll be using. We love these hanging around the house on any door or create a giant one to welcome your guests at the front!{found on myblessedlife}.

6. Stars & Stars.

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You will need lots of felt this time! Use a star punch or get the kids working on the cutouts! You need lots of time to get this voluminous, star-crazed wreath into action.{found on site}.

7. Candy-Coated.

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Bite-sized Twizzlers and some spray paint get this DIY started. Of course, you can also leave the Twizzlers red and decorate in blue and white!{found on site}.

8. Scrapbooking.

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Start with lots of scrapbook paper and then get to working making the medallions. They can be a little tricky, but once you get the hang of them – you’ve got it for life!

9. Clothespins Up.

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Grab all your old clothespins and start painting. Have the family join in and then hook then onto you wreath base for this fun look!{found on allyou}.

10. Little Rosettes.

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Another felt masterpiece, we are loving this wreath made of bunches of little rosettes. It’s festive, fun and has a bit of girlish charm perfect for a cozy home.{found on bitofblueskyy}.

11. Ruffled Denim.

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Grab some old fabric scraps, with some denim thrown in, to make this ruffled wreath! We love how the denim not only brings out the Americana in the design but also make the most perfect “blue” flowers!{found on cornerhouseblog}.

12. Bright Lights.

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Make something this glamorous and bright with Punchinello ribbon! You’ll need wreath wire and some Christmas twinkle lights to wrap around as well. This design will definitely give you the “pop” you need on the 4th!{found on site}.

13. Puffs & Such.

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Tissue paper puffs, stars and some ribbons too, we love how this wreath incorporates a party like theme. This one will be fun for the kiddos to participate in and it has the perfect, festive feel for your backyard celebration.{found on simplycraftyblog}.

14. Simple Inside.

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A bit more on the simple side, we love this wreath for adorning the windows in the kitchen. Just make sure you find the mini flags with make this a delicate, yet very Independence Day-worthy DIY project!

15. Old Bandanas.

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Those old bandanas can come quite in handy when DIYing. Cover a wreath with the right colors to create a very party-like and textural piece. It’s artistic, fun and it’ll make your front door that much more firework-ready!{found on craftsncoffee}.

16. Ribbons Everywhere.

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If you’re a wizard with ribbon than this wreath it just for you. Ruffled them up, stick them on and embellish them with some sparkling letters for an easy, July 4th essence.{found on katiesribbonwreaths}.

17. Paper & Stuff.

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Paper and ribbon come together in this DIY to create something quite special. Cover the base with ribbons and them create some paper pinwheels, flowers or origami-inspired “things” to embellish the foundation.{found on site}.

18. Velvet Works.

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Just because July 4th comes around in the summer, doesn’t mean you can’t work the velvet. Velvet comes in rich shades and the texture just makes things look nicer, so making a wreath for the holiday will come out with a bit more sophistication.{found on site}.

19. Tied Scraps.

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For a more rustic or country vibe, use your old fabric scraps and tie them up! It’s create a more casual, shabby chic effect!

20. Straws & Peppermints.

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For another outside-the-box idea, try using vintage plastic straws or peppermint sticks as your “starburst” look. Attached it to a center and hang them around the house, on the guest bedroom door or even on the back patio.{found on christinasadventures}.