If you have sticks and an evergreen on your property, you can do this too!
I used greens from 3 different trees on my property. I think those are the only evergreen trees I have on my very wooded lot. Trees don't mind getting trimmed a bit each winter.
(A bit of overlapping of seasons, the pumpkins are still out!)
I also used some wire and a hot glue gun.
I cut some sticks to the size I wanted to make my wreath. I was going for a large rectangular look so I cut them quite big, about 3 feet by 1.5 feet. I didn't measure them with a ruler. Just eyeball it.
Overlap the corners
Hot glue over the wire to re-inforce it and let it dry. It dries very quickly when it's cold outside.
Finish all the corners so you have a frame. You could also use an old frame if you didn't want to bother with the sticks.
Then take a branch and wrap wire around it to attach it to the frame.
Mix up the greens if you have a variety.
Precious had to get in the picture.
The next wreath I'm making will be a small square one to fit on the front door. Maybe I'll make two matching ones!
Best of all, it was free!