So, I didn't take pictures like a true DIY blogger is wont to do, but I will link to a tutorial that is just like the one I devised. Burlap ribbon tends to be in short supply in stores lately, from what I've noticed and read, but try a local wholesale florist--that's where I found mine. All in all, the whole of the project ran me about $35. The burlap was spency at $15/spool (I think each has 10 yards, and I needed about 13-15 yards total), and then I just bought a foam wreath form ($2 maybe) and some generic straight pins. Some tutorials suggest wrapping the wreath form in burlap so it looks neater--I definitely recommend this, as I did and it looks great. Also, our front door has a huge window inlaid in it, so I didn't want to expose the janky foam back through our front door.
What do you think? I think I'll tuck some pinecones into it for Christmas, maybe some little hearts for Valentine's... this puppy is staying up year-round!