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Easy DIY Wreath

Easy DIY Wreath

The 4th of July is right around the corner and I have a new glue gun, so I thought I’d combine the two and get my craft on.

A couple of months ago, I bought a stash of red, white, and blue buttons from Michaels. I’ve had these tucked away, waiting until I had enough time to do something with them. And then when I had the time, I couldn’t find them anywhere, because that is how I roll.

But once the buttons were back in my possession (found them in my box of crafting supplies, which further proves my theory that there’s no point in putting things away, ever, because they still get lost), I immediately put them to good use on this *super* easy DIY wreath.

EASY DIY 4th of July WreathYou guys, this was so easy. Claire even helped me out by sorting buttons and helping me find the big ones or the little ones as I needed them. Here’s what you need to make this easy DIY wreath.

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  • Easy DIY wreath suppliesWooden craft ring – I would use a smaller (12″) one next time, like I have for my other wreaths (see bottom of post for links to these, they’re AWESOME)
  • Glue gun or crafting glue (I actually think the crafting glue might be easier – although there’s a longer dry time, it’s nice to be able to move the buttons around before they dry)
  • Buttons (lots of them)
  • Ribbon to hang with
  • White paint (or whatever color you’d like to paint the ring)

ButtonsFirst, paint your ring.

Paint craft ringThen, apply buttons. Leave one hole uncovered to hang your wreath – you’ll simply slide your ribbon through the hole and tie a little bow.

Glue Gun and ButtonsOnce the wreath is dry. you can hang it. Easy peasy.

Easy wreath

Red white and blue buttonsThis whole project took me about 30 minutes, and that is with a three-year-old helping me! 

4th of July CraftAnd I have more easy DIY wreaths where this comes from. I know you won’t be making these now, but if you want to look at them for later – here’s my candy heart wreath and here is my candy corn wreath. I triple heart love both of these creations, and you can get an idea for how they look with the smaller craft ring.

You can also click on the photo below to go to them! 🙂

Candy Wreaths

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I Love this! Totally doing this with the kids!

Very cute idea and just in time for the 4th! Thanks for sharing!

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That is adorable – what a great way to use up extra buttons!! 🙂

Such a cute wreath! I love all the buttons 🙂

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What an idea! I Love this! Thanks for sharing!

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