- 2 Paper Plates
Cut the center out of both paper plates. Hold the paper plates so the edges line up and the bottom parts face out. Staple around the edges to hold the paper plates together.
You can use whatever color garland you want. It should be at least 4 feet long, but longer is better! Tape one end of the garland so it is tucked inside the middle gap in the paper plates. Start wrapping the garland around the circle formed by the paper plates. You want to cover the plates completely. When you get back to where you started, put a blob of glue on the end of the garland and tuck it carefully inside the middle gap of the paper plates. Fluff out the garland.
Tie a ribbon into a bow and glue it onto your wreath. You can also decorate it with light-weight mini ornaments, candy canes, or shapes cut out of scrap fabric or construction paper.