Step 1: Bend a wire hanger into a circle-ish shape
Step 2: Pick your fabrics! They can be anything from coordinating seasonal colors, scraps, tool, fleece, ribbon, whatever you want.
Step 3: Cut or tear fabric into strips. Cutting them looks more uniform, tearing will give the frayed shabby chic look. Length and width of strips is up to you! I made my tool trips about 5 inches wide and fabric strips about an inch and a half. Both were around 8-9 inches long. The longer the strip the fluffier the wreath.
Step 4: Single knot tie the strips on, alternating each pattern. I did three of each pattern so they would show up in bigger chunks. Push the knots as close together as you can for maximum fullness.
Step 5: Take a coordinating ribbon and tie a big bow at the top or side, you could also put a flower, seasonal decoration (Pumpkins, Christmas ornaments, small flip flops for summer, American flags), or a combo of any the above. I just happen to have the Howdy sign and thought it would look cute in front since the colors matched :)
You can bend the hanger hook back so it wont be seen and hang with a ribbon or just bend it till its mostly hidden and hang the wreath by the hook so your ribbon/ornament can be off center.
Isn't she wonderful! I LOVE the Howdy sign! I love the colors. I love the price! You could easily make this from scraps and a dry cleaning hanger! Banana Sherbert is having a baby in December so.... I'm hoping to get more of her ideas for her baby! Good luck little sis!