How to Make a Remembrance Day Wreath

Updated February 21, 2017

Remembrance Day, also referred to as Veterans Day, is a special occasion that honours and remembers men and women who have served in the military around the world. Many people hang up Remembrance Day wreaths on their houses to show their support for this day. You can also make your own homemade Remembrance Day wreath using craft materials that can be bought at any art supply store.

Cover your work space with newspaper, and place a grape vine wreath base onto the newspaper.

Push a hot glue stick into the back of a hot glue gun, and plug the gun into an outlet to let it heat up for 15 minutes.

Squeeze a line of hot glue along the stick of miniature flags, and press the flag sticks onto the wreath in random locations. Hold the flags in place for 2 minutes so that the hot glue can cool.

Cut a red ribbon to measure 12 inches, and tie it into a bow. Red is the symbolic colour of Remembrance Day. Squeeze a quarter-sized dollop of hot glue onto the back of the bow, then hold the glued bow onto the grape vine wreath for 2 minutes.

Squeeze pea-sized dollops of hot glue randomly over the wreath, and press metallic streamers onto the dollops. Hold each streamer in place for 2 minutes.

Things You'll Need

  • Newspaper
  • Grape vine wreath base, 18 inches
  • Hot glue gun
  • Hot glue stick
  • Small decorative flags
  • Ribbon, 2-inch red
  • Metallic streamers
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