Step 1: Find old wire hangers and shape them into circles
Step 2: Cut burlap into 3 inch wide strips. I just eyeballed mine so some were 3 inches, some were 2 and some might have been 4! (I bought 3 yards of burlap and made 2 wreaths out of it)
Step 3: Put burlap strips onto the circle wire form, fold it like an accordion onto the wire. I found it was better to keep them tight rather than loose folds.
Step 4: Continue adding burlap until you think your wreath is full enough and then use a pliers to attach the wire together to hold your circle. And here's your final product!
I installed the wreath onto the wreath holder and then added the bow. I'm not very good at tying fancy bows, so this is what I got....it doesn't look too bad. Anyways, here's a picture with my 2 wreaths on our front doors. I'm really pleased with the results and the total cost was really cheap. My burlap was about $7 (with a 50% off coupon), my mom gave me the wire hangers and I had the ribbon...and it only took me about 30 minutes to complete both wreaths! Yeah!