I’ve been trying to find some new items to make that can be used as an all year long decoration. I was in Home Depot and came across some wood biscuits. We have gotten creative with wood biscuits in the past but I thought it would be fun to use them again. This time I’d like to use them to make a fun wreath that can be used all year long.

The supplies that I’ll be using are:

1. One 100 piece container of #20 wood biscuits

2. Hot glue

3. Cardboard

4. Ruler stick

5. Ink pen

6. X-acto knife

7. Green spray paint

8. One 9 inch paper plate

You can use any size wood biscuit that you want for this wreath. I decided to use the #20 for my wreath.

The first step is to trace the paper plate onto a piece of cardboard.

Once I had my circle I then measured 1 1/2 inch out from the circle. I went around the entire circle placing a mark at 1 1/2 inches out.

Once I had all of my marks I then drew my line going from mark to mark forming me a larger circle.

You’ll use the X-acto knife to cut out your wreath form as shown in photo above.

The next step is to start glueing on the wood biscuits. I don’t feel like there is any right or wrong way to add the wood biscuits.

I added hot glue to the wood biscuits and placed them onto the cardboard.

Once I had all of the wood biscuits glued onto the cardboard I then added a few more to the top.

I placed a few of the wood biscuits onto the wreath to see where I wanted them to be before glueing them in place.

You want the second layer to hide the spots where you see the cardboard.

I went around the entire wreath adding some of the wood biscuits here and there.

Once I had all of the wood biscuits glued in place I then spray painted the back and front side of the wreath.

I decided to use the color Eden by Rust-oleum.

I love this color green because I feel like it will look great for all holidays. You can add a fun bow to this wreath but I like it as is.

I hope you’ll get creative and give this easy wreath a try.