Patriotic Bandana & Grapevine Wreath

Happy Memorial Day Friends!

I hope you’re all having a nice day enjoying family & remembering all those who have fought & died for our freedom! I am truly thankful! 

Need a Little Something to Dress Up Your Door for Summer? Try this easy Patriotic Bandana Wreath for Memorial Day or the Fourth of July!

I’m a little behind on any patriotic decor this year & am just getting started this week! Yesterday I managed to get a sweet, little wreath together before Memorial Day. I have a thing for spray painting grapevine wreaths- I feel like it gives them a whole, new life! So this lucky grapevine wreath got a coat of turquoise.

Need a Little Something to Dress Up Your Door for Summer? Try this easy Patriotic Bandana Wreath for Memorial Day or the Fourth of July!

I kept it super simple with a wooden “hello” sign from the Heidi Swapp collection at Michaels. It got a fresh coat of bright, red craft paint & was ready to go on the wreath! Lastly, I added 3 groups of bandana strips. I cut up a white, red & turquoise bandana then tied them into 3 groups of 3- one of each color in each group. I used hot glue to attach each grouping on one of the side the wreath, angling each knotted section down an inch from the last. I used hot glue to attach the “hello” too. Then it was ready to go! 

Need a Little Something to Dress Up Your Door for Summer? Try this easy Patriotic Bandana Wreath for Memorial Day or the Fourth of July!

This wreath can last all summer long! You can totally change up the color scheme/fabrics for different holidays too!

Print the directions & supply list below!

Patriotic Bandana Wreath
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Ingredients
  1. grapevine wreath
  2. turquoise spray paint
  3. wooden "hello" sign
  4. red craft paint or spray paint
  5. 3 bandanas- red, turquoise & white
  6. scissors
  7. hot glue gun & glue sticks
Instructions
  1. Spray paint grapevine wreath turquoise, one side or both sides is fine. Let dry.
  2. Paint "hello" sign red. Let dry.
  3. Cut bandanas into strips longways, 1"-2" wide. Cut at least 3 strips of each color.
  4. Gather 1 red, 1 turquoise & 1 white bandana strip- knot together at one end. Repeat until you have 3 knotted bundles.
  5. Use hot glue to attach each knotted bundle to one side of the wreath. Attach an angle, dropping each bundle down an inch from the other (see photo).
  6. Use hot glue to attach the "hello" sign on the opposite side of wreath, angled toward the top.
  7. Hang & enjoy indoors or out!
Notes
  1. Change up colors scheme/fabrics for different holidays & seasons!
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Blessings & Freedom Y’all!

Cathryne 

 

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