I happened to have a whicker wreath form already handy, and I happened to have a canvas drop cloth nearby. I cut up some strips of drop cloth and began by just wrapping the wreath. Then, I used some of my favorite ribbon ($1 store, baby!) to simply tie them around the wreath form. After that, I spent a long, long while using my No Fray (i.e. clear nail polish) to secure every end of all the ribbons.
When that was done, I had no idea what to do. None. It didn't look completely done to me....so, I wrapped some twine around it....ok, sure....then I decided since it was an Easter wreath, I should do something blatantly Easter-y.
I took some of my kids plastic Easter eggs, and modge podged some of this shiny, blue tissue paper over them. After they dried, I cut out some number circles, distressed them (my favorite thing in the world to do), and used the twine to attach them to the wreath.
Better, right? No? Well, I gave it a shot. The auction is tonight. I'm just crossing my fingers SOMEONE bids on it....!