Dollar Store Patriotic Star Wreath

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Make this gorgeous patriotic wreath for the summer holidays. This easy DIY wreath requires less than $10 worth of supplies from Dollar Tree to make. This red, white, and blue wreath craft will make a lovely statement piece on your door this summer!

patriotic star wreath

What better way to show your patriotism than with a star-shaped wreath made out of dollar-store materials? It’s easy, affordable, and the perfect way to decorate for the Fourth of July! Follow these simple steps, and you’ll have a beautiful wreath in no time.

Keep the patriotism going with our easy Patriotic Pretzels or Red, White, and Blue Sprinkle Explosion Cupcakes!! Perfect for when you’re entertaining.

Supplies:

supplies for patriotic star wreath
  • Star metal wreath form
  • Six rolls of deco mesh
  • Scissors
  • 15 Pipe cleaners (not shown in the supplies image, white was used for this)
  • Hot glue gun and hot glue
  • Red, white, and blue foam stars
  • 7-inch piece of cardboard

How to make Patriotic Wreath:

  1. Wrap the deco mesh around the cardboard until you get to the end of the roll. Cut each end, holding tightly onto the mesh. You will be left with 7-inch pieces of mesh. Repeat for each roll of mesh.
  2. Cut the pipe cleaners in half.
  3. Roll a piece of mesh up, placing it between your middle and forefinger. Repeat with 3 more pieces, alternating colors and stacking them between your fingers.
  4. Wrap a pipe cleaner around the 4 pieces of stacked mesh rolls.
  5. Make 30 bunches of these.
  6. Set one of the mesh bunches on the inner wire of the wreath form, then wrap the pipe cleaner around the wire in the back.
  7. Repeat the step above, securing 3 bunches in each of the 10 sections of the wreath form.
  8. Fluff the mesh as needed.
  9. Arrange the foam stars all over the wreath, then glue them in place with hot glue.
  10. Hang your new patriotic star wreath on your front door or in another prominent spot!

Making your own patriotic star wreath is a fun, easy way to show your patriotism this Fourth of July. All you need are some basic supplies and a little bit of creativity. Be sure to hang your finished product in a prominent spot so that everyone can admire it!

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Patriotic Star Wreath

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Make this gorgeous patriotic wreath for the summer holidays. This easy diy wreath requires less than $10 worth of supplies from Dollar Tree to make. This red, white, and blue wreath craft will make a lovely statement piece on your door this summer!

Supplies
 

  • Star metal wreath form
  • 6 rolls of deco mesh
  • Scissors
  • 15 Pipe cleaners I used white
  • Hot glue gun
  • Hot glue
  • Red, white, and blue foam stars
  • 7- inch piece of cardboard

Instructions
 

  • Wrap the deco mesh around the cardboard, until you get to the end of the roll. Cut each end, holding tightly onto the mesh. You will be left with 7-inch pieces of mesh. Repeat for each roll of mesh.
  • Cut the pipe cleaners in half.
  • Roll a piece of mesh up, placing it between your middle and forefinger. Repeat with 3 more pieces, alternating colors, stacking them between your fingers.
  • Wrap a pipe cleaner around the 4 pieces of stacked mesh rolls.
  • Make 30 bunches of these.
  • Set one of the mesh bunches on the inner wire of the wreath form, then wrap the pipe cleaner around the wire in the back.
  • Repeat the step above, securing 3 bunches in each of the 10 sections of the wreath form.
  • Fluff the mesh as needed.
  • Arrange the foam stars all over the wreath, then glue them in place with hot glue.

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