What you need:
A Wire Frame (you can pick one up for about $3 at a craft store)
40 feet of Burlap
A Wreath Hanger
Seasonal decor. I bought this turkey for $4 and glued a clothespin to the bottom. This way, I can switch out what the theme is each month.
Make sure to buy enough burlap. I made the mistake of trying to make this wreath with one roll of burlap. I had to go back to the craft store for a second roll in the middle of making it.
I watched a fair share of YouTube videos on making this wreath and ended up not using any of the techniques I saw. I decided it was easiest to just pull the burlap through the wire in the same pattern throughout. I also like it doesn't look perfect, because if the loops are too perfect it looks strange to me. I also just wrapped the burlap at the ends. I didn't use any glue or wiring in this wreath.
After finishing up the burplap, I tied my bow on with pipe cleaners (they were attached) and put the turkey on the bottom. I am excited that I can switch out the bow and holiday decor at any time. For Christmas, I can add a red bow and a Santa for only about $10. I love how versatile this wreath is!