This year, say "HBD, America!" by crafting a wreath out of almost anything — bandanas, pom poms, straws, or even denim scraps. (This is the U.S.A after all!) Whether you're looking for a starry extravaganza or classic red-and-white stripes, these DIY stunners will definitely brighten up the block. Plus, check out more of our best 4th of July craft ideas!
It doesn't get more American than this. Refresh a classic grapevine wreath with an American flag, small blooms, and a big ol' burlap bow.
What you'll need: burlap ribbon ($15, ), flag ($6, )
You don't need to be an expert crafter to pull of this cute wreath—just the right supplies and a little bit of patience.
What you'll need: red, natural, and blue burlap ribbon ($20 for 30 yards, )
If you have a well-stocked craft drawer, you likely won't have to spend a dime pulling together this quick and easy wreath.
What you'll need: glitter cardstock ($13 for 24-pack, ), washi tape ($7, )
This 3D wreath can be made from in 10 minutes flat (even the kids can help!).
What you'll need: wreath ($8, ), tulle ($5, ), ribbon ($8, )
Rag wreaths are a timeless craft. Try giving yours a refreshing update with mini bunting strung in the middle.
What you'll need: patriotic quilting fabric strips ($16 for 18, )
All it takes is some patriotic ribbon to turn a basic grapevine wreath into something special.
What you'll need: grapevine wreath ($13, ), patriotic ribbon set ($13 for 10 rolls, )
Ready for the easiest craft ever? This blogger tied red, white, and and blue bandanas onto a wreath to create a flag pattern. Genius.
What you'll need: red, white, and blue bandanas ($16 for 12, )
Jazzed up paper pinwheels in different patterns and sizes creates the illusion of a fireworks show right on your front door.
What you'll need: patriotic pinwheels ($8 for 6, )
This door hanger adorned with yarn pom pom balls is so soft, you'll practically want to curl up with it — but that'd be a shame for your front door.
What you'll need: yarn ($3 per roll, )
This entire wreath is made out of paper: The red and white base is created using paper straws, while the blue stars are folded pieces of cardstock.
What you'll need: red and white straws ($9 for 100 straws, ), blue cardstock ($14 for 50 sheets, )
This chalkboard pennant banner works with just about any wreath — U.S.A. gets the message across, but the banner's message is 100% customizable.
What you'll need: red and white ribbon ($13 per roll, ), chalkboard flags ($8 for 11 feet, )
A downloadable template makes this paper craft completely foolproof. Experiment with different star sizes to add interest.
What you'll need: cardstock ($14 for 50 sheets, )
An Independence Day wreath that involves blue jeans? Nope, there's nothing more American than that.
What you'll need: denim ($34 for 5 yards, ), burlap ($15 for 10 yards, )
An assortment of fabric scraps come together to create this especially chic project. Try using a mix of patterns and solid colors for an even more dynamic look.
What you'll need: red fabric ($7 per yard, ), white fabric ($11 for 2 yards, ), blue fabric ($5 per yard, )
Steal supplies from your laundry to make this unique take on the American flag.
What you'll need: clothespins ($14 for 100, )
Save a stash of your soft drink cans to show off your American pride with this dramatic recycled wreath.
What you'll need: assorted cans of soda ($16 for 6, )
We're not above playing with our food. A bit of blue spray paint turns Twizzlers into a sweet wall hanging.
What you'll need: Twizzlers ($6 for 105, ), blue spray paint ($4 per can, )
Ruffled denim and rustic burlap create a crafty, country vibe.
What you'll need: burlap ($15 for 10 yards, )
If you avoid the kitchen in the sweltering summer heat, make use of cupcake liners in a different way with this DIY that won't have you breaking a sweat.
What you'll need: cupcake liners ($9 for 300, )
Prevent this toy from collecting dust in the shed by turning it into eye-catching door decor.
What you'll need: denim ribbon ($13 per roll, ), yarn ($3 per roll, )