Thursday

Fourth of July Wreath


I've seen so many noodle wreaths around blog land lately, that I really wanted to give them a try. When I saw a wonderful tutorial HERE, I finally decided it was about time to go and create mine.

What better occasion than for the Fourth of July!

The materials you will need:
  • a noodle
  • packing tape
  • ribbon (blue and red)
  • white fabric
  • hot glue gun
  • star stickers

I used long scraps of  2" white fabric to wrap the noodle.

But first, the noodle has to be closed into a circle with the packing tape.

Use the white fabric to cover the noodle, securing it with a bead of glue at the beginning and on every other turn. 

Once covered, secure the ending piece to the back with another bead of glue.

I used 1 1/2" x 12 ft spools of red and blue ribbon. Both of them were only secured to the noodle at the beginning and end.

Winding them around the noodle tightly.

A bow was then attached with glue, and some star stickers were also added to the blue part.


And... Onto the door it went!

Loving it! :)


Remember to PIN IT!

Have an awesome Fourth of July!

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23 comments :

  1. So pretty! Love it and your porch. So gorgeous. The silver stars look great. Good choice ;)

    Happy Summer =) Thanks for joining in!

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  2. That sure is pretty! I love your patriotic noodle! So glad you joined in on the party!

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  3. Your wreath looks great my friend. I love your pretty porch too.

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  4. I love it! So easy and just perfect for the holiday!

    --Katie

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  5. Cristina, What a pretty wreath! I'm really enjoying seeing all the unique and creative patriotic wreaths. The stars on the bow add just the right touch! Love it! :-)

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  6. Hi Christina. This is so cute. I just put a post up about my wonderful globe (finally!) and I hope you don't mind but I shared several pictures of all the terrific things you do. You can see it here:
    http://cottonpickincute.blogspot.com/2012/06/i-love-to-win-i-love-creativity.html

    The town you live in is beautiful. Where do you live? I love the old fashion quaint look of it. It's a shame more towns didn't preserve theirs.

    Thanks again for the beautiful globe. I hope you have a wonderful weekend...Tracy @ Cotton Pickin Cute

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  7. Sorry about misspelling your name. I always add an H to Cristina.

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  8. I love your take on the pool noodle wreath! So much fun for the Fourth!

    Have a blessed and wonderful day!

    karianne

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  9. just as cute as can be...:)

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  10. I am a sucker for a great wreath! You did a fantastic job. I hope you will link this up to my Patriotic Project Parade!

    http://www.itsybitsypaperblog.com/2012/06/patriotic-project-parade-linky-party.html

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  11. This looks great! Found you through It's Overflowing. What a pretty wreath and fun to start out as a pool noodle!

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  12. Very cute! I love anything patriotic! This really makes your door shine!

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  13. Love your patriotic wreath! Thanks for the tutorial!

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  14. Lovely! Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!
    Sherry

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  15. Awesome wreath! I never thought to use a noodle for a wreath, super cool!

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  16. I love it. The red, white, and blue makes me proud always. Visiting from Common Ground. Olive

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  17. So pretty! We will be featuring this today in our Patriotic Round - UP!

    Take care,

    Trish

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  18. This is so cute, what a fun wreath, great job, thanks so much for coming to the party!

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  19. Your wreath looks so pretty against your door! And what a sweet little porch! Hope you had a fun 4th!

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  20. I love it! I've never heard of noodle wreaths until now. It looked so easy. Gracias!

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