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Patriotic Ribbon and Tulle Wreath

I am a HUGE wreath fan! I love wreaths on front doors welcoming in a brand new season or holiday, hanging beautifully in homes acting as an eye catching decor, and I love wreaths that begin as plain jane and then with a little crafty goodness become gorgeous or funky and fun masterpieces! Whatever the reason or season, I LOVE wreaths! Meredith from Wait Til Your Father Gets Home is sharing one of my favorite wreaths for this upcoming 4th of July holiday that is full of American Pride and crafty goodness! Enjoy!

Happy Summer everyone! I’m so excited that it’s time for sunshine, cookouts, and days by the pool. I also LOVE celebrating all the Summer holidays {including two little boys’ birthdays in this household}. To gear up for Independence Day and my oldest son’s July 3rd birthday, I made a fun, new Patriotic Ribbon Wreath using some awesome ribbons and tulle from The Ribbon Retreat.

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To make one for your home this year, you’ll need:

Stripe Ribbon Ribbon and Tulle Button Red Tulle

navy, red, and white tulle {25 yds each}

various red, white, and blue ribbons

wire wreath form

wreath door hanger

scissors

Patriotic Ribbon and Tulle Wreath - The Ribbon Retreat Blog

I started by tying the tulle around one ring of my wreath form. I did two sections of navy and the rest alternating red and white.

Patriotic Ribbon and Tulle Wreath - The Ribbon Retreat Blog

I cut each piece of tulle to be about 5-6 inches. I never used a ruler or measuring tape. Just eyeball it and trust your instinct with how long you want the pieces to end up. Once the tulle was tied all around the form, I got to cutting 5-6 inch pieces of the rest of my ribbons. I stuck with the navy and solid white ribbons for the star field and used any combo of red and white ribbons that I had for the stripes.

Patriotic Ribbon and Tulle Wreath - The Ribbon Retreat Blog

This wreath is so easy and fun to make and the perfect activity to keep your hands busy while watching TV at night.

Patriotic Ribbon and Tulle Wreath - The Ribbon Retreat Blog

Once I felt like the wreath was as full as I needed it to be, I hung it on our front door and admired my handy work.

Patriotic Ribbon and Tulle Wreath - The Ribbon Retreat Blog

I think it’s the PERFECT addition to our front entrance for the upcoming holiday!

Happy 4th of July everyone!

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Are you in love with this superb wreath full of ribbon and tulle goodness? I am so excited to add this wonderful wreath to my 4th of July holiday decor and place it proudly on my front door! Thank you Meredith for sharing this fun wreath and your incredible talent! For more amazing projects from Meredith, make sure to visit her blog at
Wait Til Your Father Gets Home!

Do you love wreaths too? Then make sure to check out some of our other wreaths that are super fun and would look incredible with your home decor or hanging on your front door!

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Looped Ribbon Birthday Photo Wreath

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Stars and Stripes Rag Wreath

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4 Comments

  1. Posted June 2, 2014 at 6:53 am | Permalink

    This wreath is absolutely gorgeous! I love the ribbon combinations and it’s so easy to put together.
    Glenna @ My Paper Craze

    • The Ribbon Retreat
      Posted June 2, 2014 at 8:16 pm | Permalink

      Hi Glenna! Thank you so much! This wreath is SO much fun, festive and easy. We are so glad that you like it. Thank you again Glenna. Have a wonderful day! Michelle 🙂

  2. dot carter
    Posted June 2, 2014 at 3:24 pm | Permalink

    I would like to pritg the instructions on templets for bows by Charlie’s Halo and I cant is there a way to save then print or to just print

    • The Ribbon Retreat
      Posted June 2, 2014 at 8:25 pm | Permalink

      Hi Dot! Thank you for your comment. Yes, you can print every tutorial with our “Print Friendly” button at the bottom of every post. After clicking this button, you will have the option to print the tutorial, email it or view it then print it in a PDF format. I hope this helps. Good luck and thank you again! Michelle 🙂

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