So I started with a log about 2 inches in diameter and using my husband's chop saw I cut this log into slices about 1/2 inch thick.
I then laid the pieces out to a rough circle.
I then started to glue. I tried some wood glue but it took too long to dry and my husband said that the wood was still pretty green so it would take forever. Second, I tried my hot glue gun - my go-to tool and started gluing like crazy. That worked but I had to re-inforce it on the back with some popsicle sticks to help hold it.
Last, I put a ribbon on it - with hot glue, of course, and put my coke 3D stars on the wreath. I found a tutorial for the stars at: Recycled drink can stars - In the tutorial she painted them but since I LOVE my coke and on one of them there is the cute polar bear, I left them the way they are. Besides they are red so it is already festive. Here is another photo of the finished wreath.
I love how this wreath turned out and the best part is I used some old soda cans and wood that we harvested for our firewood so it didn't cost me anything. Let me know what you think!