This project uses items from my Fourth of July Printable collection. Be sure to check out all of the collection for more fun patriotic decor ideas. For Fun I decided to try taking my pinwheels from my 1776 collection and put them on a vine wreath. If was fun, fast and looks great.
You will need:
pdf print outs of the large pinwheels from the 1776 Collection
pdf print out of the small pinwheels from the 1776 collection
hot glue gun
Here’s how to make a Fourth of July Wreath:
Step 1 – Make the pinwheels
Make several large and small pinwheels Tip: to make my pinwheels double sided I glued two printouts together (white sides together) and then cut the diagonal lines and made the pinwheel.
Step 2 – Arrange the pinwheels on the wreath
Step 3 – Attach them to the wreath
Once you are satisfied with the Placement, glue down the pinwheels. for the small pinwheels sitting on top of the larger I glued a pipe cleaner to the back side of the small pin wheel and then glued the other end of the pope cleaner to the wreath to give it a more 3D effect.
Step 4 – Show it off
Place on your door and show off your patriotism.
BTW – did you grab your free iron on printable that matches the 1776 collection? It looks really good on an apron – great for cook outs! You can grab that here.