With all of the 4th of July décor I have been making, I needed a wreath for my front door!! I had another idea but ended up doing this instead:
When I first thought about a 4th of July wreath, this one came to mind. I really wanted to make it. By now you know that I’m a pretty frugal (and when I say frugal I mean cheap) person. $5 is the max that I spend on a project and that seems really high to me. I went to the store to get the supplies (the yarn) and it would have been $6 just for the yarn.
So the cheap side got the best of me, and I went a different decoration. I had the red yarn already, so I used that.
This is how I made my wreath.
I took a wreath form (I really like the straw wreaths because they are bigger, cheaper and I don’t mind the bumps). I then covered it with red yarn.
I found these things are the dollar store, they are clappers.
I cut off the glittery stars from the clappers
Then I glued on the stars. I know you’re thinking to yourself, those tabs look pretty dumb. I was thinking the same thing.
So I took some white felt and cut out some stars real quick to hide the tabs. Much better
I put some ribbon on it to hang it up.
And that’s it, super simple and quick!!!