Of course your color combination can be anything you choose, but this is the end product:
Start with any piece of cardboard you have laying around the house; for me this was an empty diaper box. I needed something big enough for the size circles I wanted. Either free hand or trace two circles in different sizes. Go ahead and push a pen (or if you would like to do it the easy way, use a hole punch) through the top of your smaller circle, so you will be able to hang it up. Using scrap book paper, pick your color combination, cutting up strips in varying widths. The length of your strips will depend on the widths of your circles. You want a strip long enough to wrap around the circle, applying hot glue on the backside. Continue alternating your colors and lengths. You can even play with which strip will lay on top of the others.
For me, the more random, the better!
Once you have wrapped both circles with your scrapbook paper (or paper of your choosing), lay the smaller circle on top. Feel for the holes you made at the top of the smaller circle. Insert a pen and mark where the holes will need to be for the larger circle. I pulled my yarn through first and then hot glued the smaller circle onto the larger circle.
Cut out corresponding paper flowers to add detail and voilà! The perfect wreath for any front door.