DIY patriotic monogram wreath

Summer is heating up and the Fourth of July is just around the corner. So my girlfriend Becky, creative mom and fabulous art teacher (and non-blogger), created this simple DIY door decor monogram and is letting us share her creativity with our readers. 

Becky describes how she created this flag-inspired craft:

With a large paper mache’ C from a craft store, I spray painted the whole thing white. I then taped it off with painter’s tape for the red stripes, and spray painted it again with a high gloss red paint, then removed the tape. The stars were cut individually out of painter’s tape and placed on the C. I then spray painted once more in blue. A bit of touch up with craft paint and TA DA!! I love anything monogram, and plan to add to my collection for every holiday!

As always, we hope you’re inspired to craft, bake and create!

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About Bridget

Crafty wife and mom of three; Pharmacist, in a past life, but being creative is my passion, I love baking, crafting, scrapbooking and photography. Creative Assistant at The Celebration Shoppe.

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    Great idea!

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