DIY Canada Day Wreaths

Is your home Canada Day-ready yet? If not, we’ve rounded up some ideas for emulating the spirit of the occasion inside (link: Canada’s 150th-inspired DIY Decor Ideas) and outside of your home. Keep reading for five DIY door wreath ideas we love.  

 

The “Easiest Canada Day Wreath Ever” 

Inspired by artificial carnations purchased from the dollar store, this bright wreath combines red, white, and patriotism, and is bound to make a statement on your front door.  

What you’ll need: 12 inch foam wreath, red and white tool (6 inches wide), artificial red and white carnations, craft foam, ribbon 

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A Maple Leaf Wreath 

We love this wreath idea because it transcends just one season. Dawn it on your door on July 1st, and then again come fall-time.  

What you’ll need: straw wreath, maple leaves, wire 

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A Red and White Toilet Paper Wreath 

If you get a tiny twinge of guilt every time you have to toss an empty toilet paper roll, this DIY is for you.  

What you’ll need: wire coat hanger, toilet paper rolls, red paint, red paper or cardstock 

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Minimalistic Maple Leaves 

For anyone hoping to keep your Canada Day decor understated and contemporary this year, this minimalistic wreath idea commemorates the occasion without drawing too much attention.  

What you’ll need: embroidered hoop, foliage decals, (or DIY your own foliage, using instructions below), spray paint 

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Foam Board Wreath 

Also on the more minimalistic side, is this wreath idea, which can be easily dressed up with ribbons, flowers, maple leafs, or mini flags.  

What you’ll need: foam core board or cardboard, acrylic paints, other embellishments or decorations (if desired) 

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Written by Zakiya Kassam

Zakiya Kassam

Zakiya is a freelance website content writer based in Toronto.

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