We had our annual wreath making class for the public last week-the Master Gardener's that is. We have done this for the last three years and everyone gets help making a fresh wreath. We have some people that have come every year-of course they know by now how to make a wreath, but they say we have such fun they keep coming. This is the one I made for demonstration. Fresh cedar(my favorite) arborvitae and pine. I kept it simple with just a nest and a seguined hummingbird.I love, love cedar, it is my favorite tree, smells so good! I put this one on my back door,because I am letting the dogs out a million times a day and get to enjoy it. This was made on a wire wreath form, but I have made them on a grapevine wreath. Just cut pieces of greenery 8-12 inches long and grab a handful and wire it together-then wire it to your form.Tuck the stems of the next bunch under the fluffy end of the first one and continue around. Easy Peasy.Last year I made one using an old square picture frame as a form, I loved that one too,cause I like to be different!