This quick project is quick and easy to make thanks to non-fraying Oly-Fun fabric!  Make an American flag wreath to decorate your home this fourth of July!  This project was Inspired by a tutorial I saw at Crafts & Coffee.  

This quick project is quick and easy to make thanks to non-fraying Oly-Fun fabric!  Make an American flag wreath to decorate your home this fourth of July!

Holidays tend to sneak up on me, so I’m a big fan of quick craft projects.  This super simple flag wreath is great for the Fourth of July and other patriotic holidays.  This project will take you less than 30 minutes to make and is a fun way to spruce up and decorate for American holidays.

Supplies Used to Make the American Flag Wreath:

  • Oly*Fun Fabric in Cherry Pop, Blueberry, and Snow White
  • Styrofoam Wreath Form
  • Straight Pins
  • Silver star decor (found in the party section at Dollar Tree)

Step one: Cut the three colors of Oly*Fun fabric into strips that are 2″ wide.

Step two: Cut the strips of fabric into fringe.

Step three: Starting with the Blueberry Oly*Fun, wrap a strip around the top center of the wreath form.  Use a straight pin to hold the fabric in place.  Repeat until 1/4 of the wreath is covered with blue.

Step four: Cover the rest of the wreath with the red and white fabric strips.  I alternated two white strips with one red strip.

Step five: Use a star covered metal pick to embellish the center of the wreath.

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If your’e looking for more quick Fourth of July craft projects, I have several that you’ll enjoy, ranging from jewelry to boutique inspired home decor:

American Flag Pennant Banner DIY

Patriotic Decor made from Upcycled Shutters

Red, White, and Blue Jewelry Made from Dollar Store Hardware

Patriotic Ribbon Badges Tutorial

Glittery Patriotic Party Wands Tutorial

Have fun crafting and creating for the Fourth of July!

This quick project is quick and easy to make thanks to non-fraying Oly-Fun fabric!  Make an American flag wreath to decorate your home this fourth of July!

This post originally appeared on the Fairfield World site, where I am a Master Maker.  

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