You will be surprised to know that my Wreath is actually made from Pipe Insulation .Yeap you read that correctly!
Let me tell you first how I came up with the idea for this Fourth of July Wreath.
I was recently at the Dollar Store when I saw the Red, White, and Blue Duck Tape.
I was enjoying some time alone while my son was at a Playdate at a friend’s house. As I held the tape in my hand a hundred million projects popped in my head.
I knew I wanted to make something for Fourth of July, but I didn’t want to spend a lot of money.
I decided to buy two rolls of the Red, White, and Blue Duck tape; while at the checkout counter I got an idea.
I went back into the store searching for Stars that I could use to place on a Wreath. I found one of those glittery Clackers that my little boy is always begging me to buy for him.
I was excited to check out and get home to start on my Wreath. As I driving home I kept thinking I hope my husband didn’t use the Pipe Insulation I saw the other day in the Garage.
When I got home I found the Piping Insulation still lying on the garage floor, after a few minutes of doing a Happy Dance I made my $3 Wreath in less than 30 minutes.
Supplies to Make DIY 4th of July Wreath
- 1 Piece of Pipe Insulation cut to 48-50 inches long
- 2 rolls red, white, and blue duck tape
- red ribbon
- glue gun
- glitter stars
- floral wire
How to Make the 4th of July Wreath
4. Make a bow with the ribbon and using the floral wire or glue gun attached it to the Wreath.
Note- I used ribbon I had already. My Wreath cost me $3 to make. I love how festive it turned out.
Kim Seghers is a Mom of three, creator of This Ole Mom blog, a family friendly site. Kim is passionate about sharing her love for cooking, crafting, traveling, family, and everything lifestyle.