Fourth of July decorations can be expensive at times, especially if you’re just going to use them for a couple days or weeks. DIY crafts are so inexpensive and fun to make. All of the materials needed to make this Fourth of July mason jar wreath can be purchased from Dollar Tree. This year, not a lot of cities are open for Fourth of July festivities so, working on crafts and decor would be a great time to enjoy the holiday. This would be a great DIY to try out if you are staying in for the holidays with your family. I love watching Keeping It Simple Crafts tutorials because she does an astonishing job every time to explicate thoroughly and takes her time on these projects. This Fourth of July mason jar wreath can be a decoration for outside your door or to hang around the house. Overall, this is a solid DIY craft that is great for those who are still in phases of Corona where you’re unable to celebrate outside.
- 1 splatter screen
- 4 floral picks
- ribbon with wire
- mason jar sign
- 10-inch deco mesh
- pipe cleaners
- floral stem wire
- zip tie
First, fluff the 4 floral picks, and stack them on top of each other. Use the zip tie to wrap the floral bouquet together tightly. Then, cut the deco mesh into 10 inches to make your ruffles. Once the bundle is made, obtain a pipe cleaner to wrap it tightly around them. Thread these bundles to the screen.
Next, take the bouquet of flowers and place them in the middle of the splatter screen. Wire on the bouquet above the zip tie and twist the wires to stay put.
Finally, obtain everything else attached to your wreath and the final product will look promising and cute for your house.