Make a 4th of July Wreath #TigerStrypesBlog 19


Make a 4th of July Wreath


We had to go away for the weekend to take our son to see his grandparents for a few weeks, so I needed something that I could make quickly.  I didn’t have any ideas of exactly what I wanted to make, but I had seen something like this on Pinterest, and figured it would be pretty easy to make and perfect for celebrating the 4th of July.  You can use any circular piece…I just happen to have a LOT of cross stitch hoops that I don’t use and figured this would be a great way to put them to work!

I hope you like it!! Have a blessed day, and please be sure to comment on, and share this #TBCCrafters craft on your social media channels – thanks!!


Make a 4th of July Wreath

julyMaterials/Tools Used:

  • Craft Hoop
  • Clothespins
  • Spray Paint/Craft Paint
  • Star Stickers/Cutouts
  • & Time!


I started by painting the clothespins.  I didn’t have any specific count of the numbers of each color, and figured it wouldn’t be that hard to add more, if needed.  Just go with the size of the hoop (or whatever) you’ll be using.


Once the clothespins were all dry, I added some stars to the blue ones, in alternating spaces.


Next, I evenly pinned them to the craft hoop that I was using, being sure to have the pins all in the same place, and as even as possible.


After that, using some ribbon, I made a bow hanger to hang the piece up.


Now, you can hang it wherever you wish to add a little “pop” for the 4th of July!  Praying you have a blessed Independence Day!


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!!

“He determines the number of the stars and calls them each by name.” -Psalm 147:4
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Rose Powell
8 years ago

Kicking myself for disposing of my collection of clothes pins! So fabulous!

8 years ago

This is nice, actually can color and decorate it for different occasions. Definitely would try it later. Thanks.

8 years ago

We don’t hang wreaths but this is a really cute idea!

Bridget A
8 years ago

I love this idea! Going to make one with my daughter.

Bernadette Callahan (@AimlessMoments)

We made one of these last year. They are super easy!

Joey Cole
Joey Cole
8 years ago

I love this………so festive! I can`t think of anything I would do different…it`s perfect just the way it is!!!

8 years ago

This project is really beautiful and easy to make… will definitely start this project with my kids this long weekend.
Thanks for sharing #4Dlove2Linky

Jamie @ Life of Creed
8 years ago

What a beautiful wreath! This is something I could make and I’m so bad at making crafts, lol. This looks easy! Thanks for sharing and easy DIY craft!

Sarah @ One Curvy Blogger

This is such a cute decoration idea and sounds so simple to make!

tara pittman
8 years ago

This is so cool! I like the way you put stars on it too. I might just have to buy some clothes pins