Scrap pieces of wool in two shades of green
Three medium sized red beads
Length of ribbon for hanging
Poly-Fill or other batting
Using a glass or jar cut out two circles of green wool approximately 3 1/2" in diameter. Next, using a smaller circle (I used a film canister) trace and cut a circle out of the center approximately 1 1/2" in diameter.
Machine or hand stitch the two circle together along the smaller circle in the center. Using a small amount of batting, stuff the wreath while pinning along the outside edge. Insert the ends of your ribbon forming a loop for hanging. Stitch around the outside edge as close the the edge as possible.
Using the other shade of green wool, cut out a three leafed holly leaf cluster. clip little pieces away along the edges to form the jagged holly leaf look. Tack or hot glue the holly leaf into place on your wreath. Stitch or glue the beads into a cluster on the center of the holly leaf. Try using tiny craft pom-poms or buttons here too; whatever you have on hand!
There you go! Easy, cute, and non-breakable; what could be sweeter?