Shabby Chic Patriotic Wreath
This Shabby Chic Patriotic Wreath will appeal to the Teen and Tween age kids. It is a simple craft that can be created in just a few minutes with a dramatic and patriotic outcome.
Trivia: July 4, 1776 wasn’t the day that the Continental Congress decided to declare independence (they did that on July 2, 1776).
8" Embroidery Hoop (Makes 2)
3 Bandannas (red, white and blue) torn into 1" x 7" pieces (Makes 2)
Separate the embroidery hoop so that you have two rounds.
Tear Bandanna into 1" x 7" pieces.
Using the picture as a reference, tie half of the bandanna strips around one hoop. It's that simple.
You can do this project with a friend or make a second one for yourself or as a gift.
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Great ideas, but they need to include ALL the directions. The patriotic wind sock I had to figure out, as the directiens were vague! But, I loved it and my whole class of Pre-K and K kids loved it, and it was easy enough yet still challenging for them. Thanks! Susan in Texas
Thanks for the input. Will keep your comments in mind for the future.