DIY 4th of July Wreath

4thofjulywreath

I actually saw the DIY tutorial for the paper rose wreath last year. I replicated it into my Valentine’s Day one, and thought it would be quite easy to repurpose for the 4th of July. Of course, I conveniently forgot exactly how long this DIY took me last time. Be warned; the paper roses take forever, not because they’re difficult to cut out, but because you need a million of them!

Here is the tutorial I used for the paper rose wreath—it’s very straight forward and simple. I initially wanted to cut out some stars and glue them on top of the blue roses, but I ended up loving how it looks as is.

 

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  • Reply DIY Valentine's Day Wreath - ...besos, Alina…besos, Alina February 8, 2016 at 10:04 AM

    […] Last July, I took this DIY Valentine’s day wreath and tweaked it to create the Fourth of July wreath. [ See the post for the tutorial here] […]

  • Reply Sofia July 7, 2015 at 8:40 PM

    I need to do something like this! I like the recycling idea! What is the next wreath to make, any advice? With the same paper roses?

    • Reply besosalina July 7, 2015 at 8:43 PM

      Maybe a fall one? The only problem with using paper is that it fades a bit in the sun. I also used felt before, and those roses remained the same color. I say do a last name letter in roses? This way it’s ever-green and can be used again and again.

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