We are so excited that it is finally summer! We’ve been eagerly awaiting the warm temperatures and low key days. One of my favorite ways to decorate in the summer is by adding in red, white, and blue. I whipped up this adorable floral DIY bandana wreath for our front door using just a few supplies. Who knew a bandana could look so good!
Supplies needed to make your own DIY bandana wreath:
- Bandanas (2)
- 14″ Foam Wreath Form
- Rotary Cutter
- Cutting Mat
- Hot Glue Gun
- Roses (2)
- Peonies (2)
- Berry Sprays (4)
- 1.5 inch Wood Letters & Acrylic Paint (optional)
Start by cutting your bandana into 3″ wide strips. This can be done easily with a cutting mat and rotary cutter.
Wrap the bandana strips around the wreath until the wreath form is entirely covered.
When you wreath form is covered with the bandana, you’ll use hot glue to apply floral picks and sprays to the bandana base. Start with the berry sprays and place them so they spray in an outward fashion. Next you’ll trim your floral stems and apply them to the wreath starting with the larger flowers. Fill in with smaller roses as needed.
Finish off by applying any extra embellishments to your wreath. I wanted to add an Americana twist so I painted a few wooden letters with blue paint and glued them on the front of the wreath.
I absolutely adore how this DIY bandana wreath turned out! Plus, you can find bandanas in pretty much any color so if you wanted to do something different than a traditional red, white, and blue, the possibilities are endless.Looking for more fun summer decor ideas using bandanas? Check out this no-sew patriotic DIY bandana banner. It would make such a great complement to this bandana wreath! Here’s another fun bright colored summer bandana wreath idea.
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Marie from BloomingHomestead.com has a passion for all things crafty, including home decorating, organization, digital design, DIY, and cooking yummy comfort food! As a recent first time home buyer, she enjoys making her house into a home while sticking to a budget (gotta love those student loans!). This usually requires her to think outside the box and get creative. Marie loves sharing tutorials and projects in hopes she can inspire others. When Marie is not crafting, she likes to read, shop, watch movies, and visit with family & friends. Most importantly, Marie loves spending time with her husband of 12 years and their two children who keep them on their toes.