Do you love finding simple DIY ideas that don’t take tons of time or cost lots of money? Crafting is my favorite pastime, but lately, I have come to realize that I often spend way too much money on supplies and there just might be some other options I could be making instead. I went on the hunt for craft ideas at Michael’s Craft Store and Dollar Tree and found that not all the crafts I saw were things I actually wanted to make. Then, I came across this amazing patriotic American Eagle wreath by A Noble Touch Crafts on Youtube, made from a simple foam wreath form and spray-painted pieces of wood. I knew I had found my next weekend project idea. I started by arranging all my materials for the project. I was able to find all my materials from Dollar Tree and Michael’s, where I used my 25 percent off coupon I found on Michael’s app.
Materials For Eagle Wreath:
- 16-inch foam wreath form
- Foam ball cut in half
- Molding clay (air dry or oven bake)
- Tinfoil golden paint (for the beak)
- 124 size (10) wood biscuits
- 173 (size 00) wood biscuits
- 91 (size 20) wood biscuits
- Spray paint (red, white, blue, and brown)
- Hot glue gun
- Glue sticks
- Floral pins
- Wireframe for hanging
In this amazing patriotic American Eagle wreath by A Noble Touch Crafts on Youtube, you will learn how to make this American eagle wreath in a step by step method.
Then, just follow the instructions in the video tutorial to make your American eagle wreath.
This wreath looks amazing and it is going to look great on my door.
How To Make An American Eagle Wreath