Make a Bandana Flag Wreath #DIY #Craft 28


Make a Bandana Flag Wreath
#DIY #Craft

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With the celebration of Independence Day coming up soon, I always love to feature a craft that goes along with that holiday, like this Bandana Flag Wreath.  I always love anything that are the colors of the flag, or things that make people stop for a minute and give thanks for our freedom and those that fight to keep that.

This was really easy to make and could be reused every year, or just recycled for other projects.  I found the bandana sets at Dollar Tree, so it ended up being pretty inexpensive, as well!  I sure hope that you like it!  Have a blessed day, and please be sure to comment on, and share this craft on your social media channels – thanks!

Check out this great Bandana Flag Wreath. Perfect for #4thofJuly or any other day! #DIY #Craft Click To Tweet

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How To Make a Bandana Flag Wreath


Materials/Tools Used:

  • Bandanas (Red, White & Blue)
  • Round Wire Wreath Frame/Form
  • Cowboy Hat
  • Needle/Thread
  • & Time!


Instructions:

I started by folding the blue bandana’s into long strips and looping them around a part of the wire wreath.

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Next, I started alternating between the folded white and red bandana’s to make the “stripes”.  With the size of the wreath, I went over the actual number of flag stripes, but figured it was okay for just a decoration.

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I then wrapped some extra bandana’s around the cowboy hat that I was going to attach to the front to hide the rest of the metal wreath form that was still showing.

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After that I got some needle & thread out to secure the cowboy hat to the metal piece.

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I sewed through the hat, and around the wire frame to make sure it was completely secure.

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I then decided to display it on our front porch, but you can put it anywhere that you wish.

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I hope you like it!  Please take a minute to leave me a comment, and let me know what you would do different, or what you would add, etc.  Be sure to tweet, pin, share, etc. – thank you!!

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“It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery.” –Galatians 5:1

 

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28 Comments on "Make a Bandana Flag Wreath #DIY #Craft"

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Laurie Pepin
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Does it matter what size handkerchief you use?

Mary Bluff
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Could you possibly show a pic of how you folded the bandanas as I’m not quite sure how you did so.

Monica
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Thank you for sharing this. I’m going to bookmark it, I love how this turned out. Your porch looks amazing! #HomeMattersParty

Lorelai
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Thank you so much for this whole tutorial! Hope you had a happy fourth! Thanks for sharing!

Crystal Green
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I LOVE this wreath!! It’s truly country patriotic pride. Your porch looks stunning.

Crystal
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I so love your patriotic porch! Great tutorial for the flag wreath, very unique! #HomeMattersParty

Michelle James
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This is so cool! I just love it! Great project! #HomeMattersParty

Julie Briggs
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What a creative idea – thank you for sharing at #HomeMattersParty

sahana
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Wow, this looks so beautiful. Really love this idea, Jamie. #HomeMattersParty

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Bernadyn
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I love all your decorations! Very festive and adorable wreath 🙂

Nell
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Maybe I’m dense, but what is a slipknot and how to make one?

Debbie
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How many of each color did you use and what size wreath frame? Thanks

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