Patriotic Burlap Wreath

Can you believe that Memorial Day weekend is only a little over a week away? Where has the time gone??? Well for me holidays equal making a craft and this time it is an Americana inspired burlap wreath. The inspiration came when I found this cute berry and star floral stems at a local gift shop called The Keeping Room.

I then found a flag print ribbon at Hobby Lobby when I was there last week. They also had a ton of colored burlap and burlap with prints.

This time I made the wreath using a wire form instead of a wire hanger.

 Then the burlap was folded in half and just woven and looped through the wire form. After you loop the burlap, open up the folds.

The ribbon was looped through the same way only not folded. I made a bow and poked in my floral stems and then anchored them to the wire form by wrapping the wire part of the stems around the form.

And voila...my patriotic wreath is done! 

Wishing you all a super day!!!

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  1. Beautiful job, Barbara! Such a festive way to welcome friends and family into you home.

  2. My gosh what a gorgeous wreath - I just love the look of the burlap with that Americana ribbon and the star and pip berry accents! Thanks for the inspiration - I'll be changing over the front door wreath myself this coming week ! God Bless the USA! Dorinda :)

  3. I love this wreath, you did a wonderful job.


  4. I forgot to mention I pinned this!


  5. Hi Barbara: Love the wreath. Another job well done..Happy Weekend..Judy

  6. Love the wreath, Barb!! I just posted my Patriotic tree so i hope you will stop by!


  7. Wonderful job on the wreath! Love it!

    Take Care,

  8. Awesome wreath! I think I will have to make one to go with my $1 Wooden Star that I posted! Thanks for the inspiration!


  9. This is so cute! I love it! I am new from southern charm! I would love for you to check out my blog and follow me back! Have a great morning, Nicole!

  10. I love this wreath, so pretty!
    I read your sidebar. I grew up on Melody Lane in Huntington, Long Island, and my mom's name was Grace. :)

  11. Awesome wreath! Thank you for being a part of Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

  12. Barbara, this is a lovely wreath. I think I'm going to try to make one of these. Wish me luck. I'm not so crafty.

  13. Your wreath is beautiful! You make it seem so easy and fun to make. I have got to make a burlap wreath. They are so transitional - just change the ribbon for a different occasion. Thanks for the great tutorial!
    His blessings,
    Kim @ Curtain Queen

  14. Absolutely STUNNING!!!

    Thanks for linking up at The DIY Dreamer last week! Can't wait to see what you link up tomorrow evening!

  15. I love this -- I'm thinkin' it would be perfect for July 4th since I missed my opportunity for Memorial Day!

  16. Linda Pinkerton (rtldp206@gmail)August 27, 2016 at 3:33 PM

    I love this wreath. Would you consider making two of them to sell? I live them but am time constrained, would love to have them at my husband's 70th birthday on November.


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