Bandana Rag Wreath


Bandana Rag Wreath

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Bandana Rag Wreath

Turn rags into riches when you craft a fun wreath for summer. Use red, white, and blue fabric to make your Bandana Rag Wreath ready for the Fourth of July. Crafts from scraps are great ways for kids to make budget-friendly projects. Even though this DIY wreath is made from scrap fabric, your wreath will look cheery and patriotic – perfect for the 4th of July! Personalize this unique decoration by adding flowers, flags, rhinestones, or chains, and your front door will be walking the crafty runway. This project is so easy that even preschool-aged kids can participate. Knot bad! 

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsFabric Crafts

Age GroupPreschool & Kindergarten, Elementary School, Pre-Teens, Teens

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I am currently making two rag quilts out of bandanas. One in red and white and one in blue and white. These will be for my granddaughters bedroom which they share. This will be the perfect room accessory to go with the quilt! How cute and easy this will be to make. Thank you for posting this! It is just what I was looking for and didn't even know it!


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