Tulle 4th of July Wreath

This tulle 4th of July wreath is super simple to make, takes less than half an hour and looks fabulous!

Now you can love the look of 4th of July wreaths without having to make something complicated.

Be sure to check out our other 4th of July activities!

This post contains affiliate links.

Patriotic 4th of July Tulle Wreath - Perfect for Independence Day!

Tulle 4th of July Wreath

Ready to make a DIY patriotic wreath in under half an hour?

You’re going to love this fun tulle patriotic wreath that will add an explosion of color to your home or front door! This post contains affiliate links.

Materials:

Note: Be sure to buy enough tulle! I made the mistake of only picking up one roll. Big mistake!

I had to get another roll of each because I completely miscalculated how much I needed.

Also, I decided to throw in some extra fun and got tulle with glitter. Oh my goodness.

4th of July Decorations Outdoor Hanging Banners4th of July Decorations Outdoor Hanging Banners4th of July Decorations Outdoor Hanging BannersAmerican Flag Bunting Patriotic Pleated Fan FlagAmerican Flag Bunting Patriotic Pleated Fan FlagAmerican Flag Bunting Patriotic Pleated Fan Flag4th of July Decor,Set of 2 American Flag Windsocks4th of July Decor,Set of 2 American Flag Windsocks4th of July Decor,Set of 2 American Flag WindsocksAmerican Flag Lights with 420 Super Bright LEDs - WaterproofAmerican Flag Lights with 420 Super Bright LEDs – WaterproofAmerican Flag Lights with 420 Super Bright LEDs - Waterproof

 

The house was covered in glitter for days! It got everywhere… but it still looks fun.

Red White and Blue Tulle Wreath

Instructions:

1. Add one length of tulle to your wreath using a lark’s head knot with the tulle.

You’ll probably know this knot already if you wear a scarf — it’s my favorite way to wear my scarves! But just in case you don’t know it… here’s a quick video:

2. Figure out how long you need to cut each piece of material. 

Then you’ll be able to pre-cut each piece before adding it to the styrofoam wreath.

3. Fill the entire styrofoam ring with the tulle using the lark’s head knot.

4. Fluff up the tulle around the wreath to add back the volume.

4. Once you’ve covered the entire ring, trim the tulle around the wreath to even it out.

Rustic, Red, White & Blue StarsRustic, Red, White & Blue StarsRustic, Red, White & Blue Stars4th of July Fireworks Celebration -  Personalized Modern Farmhouse Wall Decor4th of July Fireworks Celebration – Personalized Modern Farmhouse Wall Decor4th of July Fireworks Celebration -  Personalized Modern Farmhouse Wall DecorFourth of July Burlap Bunting GarlandFourth of July Burlap Bunting GarlandFourth of July Burlap Bunting Garland4th of July Garden Flag Oh My Stars Patriotic Red White Blue Garden Flag4th of July Garden Flag Oh My Stars Patriotic Red White Blue Garden Flag4th of July Garden Flag Oh My Stars Patriotic Red White Blue Garden Flag

 

5. Add any decorative accents to your wreath you’d like. I found this fun sprig of stars that I added!

Lark's Head Knot Tulle Wreath
DIY Stars and Stripes Wreath - Perfect for 4th of July!

6. Depending on how long you leave the tulle, you may find the material at the top doesn’t want to stand up straight for you. 

Lightly spray it with aerosol hairspray, and it will stay in place.

DIY Independence Day Tulle Wreath

30 Comments

  1. I love it! This is one of my features at Snickerdoodle later today, so thanks for sharing. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. This is so cool! I love how tulle looks in a wreath like that. And the best part seems to be that it doesn’t take too much to be finished! Great idea!
    XOXO

    1. Camila — I love how the wreath turned out and it was simple. It’s definitely a bright spot in our living room.

  3. Jenny – I LOVE your wreath! Congratulations- you are one of our featured guests this week at Inspire Me Monday at Create With Joy!

    1. The sparklers give it that added zip…. and makes it REALLY fun to serve. Happy healthy eating!

  4. Very cute! Thanks for sharing with Small Victories Sunday Linkup last week. Pinning to our linkup board and hope you joined us again this weekend.

  5. I think this is one of my favorite type of crafting projects….quick, easy, and beautiful!

    Your wreath turned out totally awesome. I’m sure it’s added a wonderful touch to your front door. I love to decorate for the 4th of July. The red, while, and blue colors are just so colorful and make me feel blessed to be living in America (even with all it’s problems.)

    Thanks for sharing this beautiful wreath. It was one of our 5 features today on Dare to Share Saturday. I am excited to share such a beautiful wreath and hope you’ll continue stopping by and sharing more great projects!

    1. Wahoo! Thanks for featuring my tulle wreath. It’s definitely a bright spot in the family room ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Simple is key! And boy do we love the pop of color it brings. I made one for a neighbor down the street as well and it looks great on her front door.

  6. What a fun idea for a patriotic wreath! It looks great. Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle Sunday. I’d love for you to share any of your patriotic posts at our Celebrate the USA Party, too. Pinned to my Patriotic Board.

  7. This is adorable! I never would have thought to make a wreath from tulle but this would look so pretty on any door! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Share The Wealth Sunday! pinning

  8. Loving how simple this is to make, and how much pop it’ll bring come 4th of July. Thanks so much for joining us this week on #shinebloghop100! It’s always so great for you to share your DIYs with us!

  9. Thanks for sharing this post at the Pin Me Linky Party at Diana Rambles. It is being featured today at part of a 4th of July food & craft collection. It’s also been pinned and tweeted. Have a great weekend! ~Diana๏ปฟ

  10. Where is the year going! Love the little stars. Thanks for sharing with us at #overthemoon link party. I’ve pinned and shared.

  11. Very sweet wreath. Simple and so cute for that patriotic look. thanks for sharing at Dishing It & Digging it.

  12. Thanks for sharing your July 4th wreath tutorial on Merry Monday. Pinned and will be one of my features.

  13. Thanks for sharing. Approximately how long did you cut your pieces of tulle?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *