The nice thing about these is that they are SO light-weight that they can hang anywhere.
Here is what you need to make this project:
Large round piece of chipboard/stiff cardboard 8" to 9" in diameter
6-7 pieces of 12" x 12" double-sides decorative papers/light cardstock
Some white quick dry liquid adhesive (can use glue gun)
3/8" ribbon (for hanging the wreath)
something to decorate centerpiece
1. Cut about sixteen 6" x 6" squares of double-sides paper to make large cones. Glue each piece into a cone shape.
2. Cut about twelve 4" x 4" squares of the same or different paper to make smaller cones. Glue each piece into a cone shape.
3. With your 8" to 9" circle out of cardboard (like from a cereal box, or a very stiff paper plate, etc.) use your marker to divide the circle in quarter. I found that if you divide it in quarters, it will help to better place the cones.
5. Next with the cones made from the 4" x 4" papers, they will glue nicely by placing them in the valley between cones of the 6" x 6" cones. (See below). Complete the smaller circle of cones.
6. I completed the center of the wreath by making a paper yo-yo flower from two 2" x 12" strips of cardstock fan-folded every 1/4" and glued into a circle. Then I added a paper flower made from the Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge (see below) out of cream colored decorative papers. I don't remember the measurements (made a long time ago and thown into bag for later use when the right project came along).
7. Attach ribbon to the cardboard on the back and hang. Voila!