I started out by marking 2 lines in the middle of the circle. This made it easy to know where to start one color and stop the previous color.
Then, I used the hot glue gun to get a good hold between the end of the yarn and the circle.
FYI, when I started I kept the yarn attached to the whole bundle. This got tedious because you have to feed the bundle through the circle each time you wrap another bit of yarn around the circle. I started cutting large pieces of yarn – it was a lot easier to manage! If you glue the end of one yarn piece down and start the beginning of the next piece right on top of the other one you can’t even see where it ends/begins.
After MUCH patience, I got the whole thing wrapped in yarn! Phew! I used a lot of hot glue (probably more than necessary) to get the yarn to stay exactly where I wrapped it.
I added some red ribbon as an accent in between each color.
I used the same red ribbon to create a hook for hanging the wreath. I just wrapped it around, added some hot glue and stuck the end of the ribbon back into the glue to create the loop.
Next, I added the finished anchor to the wreath using hot glue.