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Looking for a 4th of July craft idea? Try this easy to make red, white and blue flower wreath. Wreaths are a fun way to show your patriotic spirit!
Easy to make 4th of July Wreath:
How to Create Your Red, White, Blue Flower Wreath
Prep your flowers
My flowers came in a bunch so using some wire cutters I cut the flowers off of the stems leaving a quarter to a half of an inch left. You want just a little extra to give you the option to poke it into the foam depending on how you want your flower to sit. You can always trim more off later if you need to.
Attaching the flowers to the foam
To attach the flowers to the foam base I used some flower pins and hot glue. Depending on the angle you can poke the remaining flower step into the foam and then use some hot glue to adhere it in place. Arrange the flowers around the wreath.
Here is a picture of the back of the wreath where you can see I attached the flower using the flower pin and hot glue.
Here is another picture from the back:
How to hang it on the wall:
My little hack for adding ribbon to the back to help hang it on the wall is I just stick a couple of pins into each side of ribbon and it creates a little space for the hook. Nothing fancy, but it works!
Here is a view from the front:
I love how it looks on my blue front door!