It is week two at camp and not surprisingly it is Red, White and Blue week for the 4th of July! While I am trying to make a wreath for every week, I am also trying to use found materials so that this does not become an expensive venture. I knew I had some red bandanas in my stash and I have been wanting to make something with 3D stars so this was the perfect opportunity!
I started with a straw wreath base because I found two of these in the garage (score!), these are usually the cheapest and my go to choice.
I also used these fun little pins that I had on hand because it made the wreath go together very quickly and went with the design so pretty much go unnoticed.
I started by laying the bandana on top and then bunching it together and pinning randomly.
When I got to the next one, I laid it at an angle, folded the corner under and started with the same process. I used about 5 or 6 bandanas and bunched and pinned all the way around.
Once that was finished I made the stars which were a Make it Now project from Cricut Design Space and hot glued them on after cutting and folding. They were so simple to put together, I may get addicted to these!
This is a super easy wreath and the best part is that it came together in less than 20 minutes!