Happy 4th of July, Crafters! Here's a wreath that will leave your door sparkling. I love all things red, white, and blue for this holiday, but sometimes it can get a little overdone.
Related: Recipe for Fireworks Popsicles
4th of July Firework Wreath Materials List
Here's what you need to make something more colorful that will make a bold statement at your parties:
- Popsicle sticks (about 400--- a pack of 100 goes for $1!)
- Wreath base
- Hot glue
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I added a wooden "4" I picked up at the dollar store but you can get creative and leave yours blank or add a monogram!
Check out my video tutorial on how to make this festive firework wreath for your weekend celebrations!
4th of July Firework Wreath Instructions
It's a craft that will keep the kiddos busy for hours!
MORE 4TH OF JULY IDEAS FROM MOMTRENDS
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