School’s out, the weather is warm, summer is here, and nothing marks everybody’s favorite season like decorating with stars, stripes, and the colors of the flag. Sure, the other holidays might be more synonymous with festive wreaths (we’re looking at you, Christmas!), but there's no reason you can't hang a 4th of July wreath on your front door. And, as an added bonus, you can reuse it for Memorial Day and Labor Day decor.
These creative and beautiful DIY examples of 4th of July wreaths are not only easy to make and inexpensive, but they put the store-bought ones to shame. (Once you’ve started on the 4th of July bandwagon, try out one of these easy 4th of July craft ideas to really deck out your house.) Finish off the holiday celebrations by impressing your neighbors at the potluck with one of these red, white, and blue creations and delectable desserts.
Take a trip down the paper aisle at the craft store to find some major patriotic paper inspiration.
Get the tutorial atLittle Red Window.
Here's a genius idea — use a foam pool noodle as the base of a wreath!
Get the tutorial at Country Chic Cottage.
Celebrate Independence Day all month long with this eye-catching wreath.
Get the tutorial at Design Improvised.
This whimsical wreath is made entirely of pom-poms — how cute!
Get the tutorial at Flamingo Toes.
This easy wreath can be made in 15 minutes with just a few supplies including plastic pinwheels, a foam wreath, red craft fabric, and blue satin ribbon.
Get the tutorial at Artzy Creations.
Use any red, white, and blue ribbon you have at home to make this rustic looking wreath.
Get the tutorial at Landeelu.
Make this countryfied door decoration using an old pair of jeans — or any denim piece you're ready to part with.
Get the tutorial at Beyond the Aisle.
Adding the blue stars to this paper straw wreath makes it perfect for Independence Day.
Get the tutorial at The Project Corner.
The bright fabric strips give this wreath a little more pop.
Get the tutorial at Create Craft Love.
Draw inspiration from the American flag by using polka dot ribbon and striped burlap.
Get the tutorial at Gluesticks.
Recruit the little ones to help you make this simple project, which is even easier to DIY with some helping hands.
Get the tutorial at Thriving Home.
Save money when making this work of art by using materials from your local dollar store.
Get the tutorial at Blooming Homestead.
Cut out paper stars from scratch to assemble this stellar Independence Day decorationac.
Get the tutorial at That Cute Little Cake.
Update a thrifted wreath by covering it with inexpensive tulle from your local craft or fabric store. No one will know it cost next to nothing to make!
Get the tutorial at A Night Owl.
Paint a pack of clothespins in red, white, and blue to make this cheap holiday wreath.
Get the tutorial at Preciously Paired.
Make your front door pop by hanging up this colorful and textured wreath.
Get the tutorial at Tell Love and Party.
Display this star spangled wreath above your party spread, your mantel, or anywhere else in your home that could use some festive flair.
Get the tutorial at Craftaholics Anonymous.