The first, was a coffee filter wreath, which I have seen on at least 3 other crafty blogs. Google "coffee filter wreath" and you can find a ton of tutorials! This cost less than 5 dollars and it is gorgeous!
The 2nd wreath is my own creation! I spotted this maribou feather ribbon at Target before Christmas. Since I was away for the holidays, I didn't make it to Target until the 30th, and was just hoping there'd be some left at 50% off! I dug through 4 bins of ribbon, and came up victoriously!
I simply wrapped the feather ribbon around my wreath form. When it came up a little short, I decided to go with the asymmetrical look and wrapped the rest in some tinsel ribbon I also got in the Target clearance bins.
Then, I made a few different sizes and styles of the pipe cleaner snowflakes I did with my class last week. I played with a few different positions and styles.
I decided on this one:
Under 10 bucks and 30 minutes for a sparkly, wintry wreath that is perfect for January!