God Bless America: Patriotic Pinwheel Wreath DIY!

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God Bless America: Patriotic Pinwheel Wreath DIY!
I love pinwheel's!  They just say parades, summer, patriotic holidays!  They are so much fun sparkling and shining in the sunlight!
 This wreath is huge!  It measures 2 feet in diameter...and it's a perfect statement for the front porch!
 Let's get started!
These supplies are from Oriental Trading, they are the best place for 4th of July fun!

You will need:
Styrofoam Wreath form
Wood plank
Blue and white chevron tablecover
 The table cloth is plastic and folded in half.  I left it folded, so the printed side would show all around the wreath.  Cut 25 pieces that are 34 inches long.
 Find the center of each piece and tie it around the wreath form using a lark's head/girth hitch knot.
 The folded end goes under the wreath form.
 Wrap the loop over the wreath form and pull the 2 ends through the loop.  That's it.  Easy.
 Pull tight and repeat 24 more times!
 Then turn your wreath over!  The knots look better from this direction.
 Next I had an electronic cutting device to cut this file out of red glitter vinyl.
Right click to save off for personal use only please.
I thought the lyrics to "God Bless America" was a good one, since it will be hanging on my Home Sweet Home!
Apply with transfer tape...then peel it off.  I love the natural wood.
Place a dab of hot glue on the back of each corner of the sign and press it onto the center of the wreath.
Then use hot glue to adhere the pinwheels wherever you like them.
 Press and hold for a few seconds for it to cool down.
 Then just tie a ribbon around the wreath form for easy hanging.
 Totally fills up the door, I love it!
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