This easy patriotic gnome wreath DIY is perfect for the 4th of July or Memorial Day. Made with Dollar Tree supplies, the patriotic gnome wreath is affordable to make.
This cute DIY gnome wreath for patriotic holidays is super easy to put together. The supplies were all found at our local Dollar Tree which made the wreath extremely affordable.
Plus, it looks great on the door and can be put out for the 4th of July, Veteran’s Day, or Memorial Day. You can also place it on the door throughout the year to show your love for our country.
How To Make This Patriotic Gnome Wreath DIY
We aren’t kidding when we say this patriotic gnome wreath is easy to make! You only need a few supplies and then it’s just adding a few zip ties and a dab of glue here and there.
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Dollar Tree Supplies We Used:
- 18 inch grapevine wreath
- Dollar Tree Patriotic Ribbon
- Dollar Tree red, white and blue rose bunches (2 of them)
- Hot Glue Gun
- Zip Ties
- Dollar Tree Gnome Garden Stakes (2 of them)
How To Put Together the DIY Patriotic Gnome Wreath:
Remove the gnomes from the stakes. To do this, you can just bend the metal pieces off. Do this to both gnome stakes.
Take each of the rose bunches and bend them so that they can fit the shape of the grapevine wreath. Then, zip tie the stems of the flowers to the grapevine wreath and trim off the ends.
In the middle of the roses, add the bow. As you can see from the image above, this will help hide the stems from the flowers and gives the gnome wreath some extra patriotic flair.
Add a dab of hot glue to the back of the gnomes and then set the zip tie on it. We want to glue the zip tie to the gnome so that it stays in place. Do the same for the 2nd gnome.
Once the glue has dried, use the zip tie that’s attached to the gnomes to tie them around the grapevine wreath. You can add some extra dabs of hot glue to the back of the gnomes where it touches the wreath for extra stability and closure if you’d like.
Tip: If you don’t have zip ties, twine may also work for this. Zip ties were used here so that it would give the wreath and gnomes a little more support. I think twine would work just as well though.
That’s it! The patriotic gnome wreath will look great on your door for the patriotic holidays or throughout the year.
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