Happy 4th of July! This is a great time of year for crafts and we have a fun one for you that is so simple, anyone can do it. It won’t cost a fortune to get the supplies and you can do it in a short period of time. The longest time investment is waiting for the paint to dry. Check it out below and then tell us if you try it for yourself.
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– 2 packs of clothespins (This wreath takes 60 clothespins to make but there are only packs of 50 at Walmart which are $1 each.)
– wooden stars (you can order these from Amazon or buy them at Hobby Lobby)
– red, white and blue spray paint
Start by dividing out your 60 clothespins. For mine I painted 15 blue, 22 white and 23 red. Next step is to paint them. I spray painted them, you could use acrylic paint and a paint brush if you would like. I will tell you it takes a while for the clothes pins to dry so be patient. Next Stagger them on the wreath frame doing all the blue clothespins together then 4 reds followed by 4 whites. Lastly, attach the wooden stars to the blue clothespins and hang!
This really awesome and easy to DIY project is from my friend Jennifer at MasiLoves.com. She has a lot of really cool stuff on her site, including round ups, travel tips and posts, articles on healthy living, and DIY and crafts (you know we love those). So head on over and check it out.