Attach your deco mesh to wreath form. Start with an 8" poof at the top then work your way around the wreath form attaching a 10" poof at each anchoring spot.
Take your 2.5" ribbon and cut 18 ribbon tails, 14 inches each. Using a ribbon tail board will make this easier. Next, dove tail trim the ribbon tails at both ends.
Repeat this process with the 1.5" ribbon but make 36 ribbon tails instead of 18.
Place two 1.5" ribbon tail on top of a 2.5" one. Fold them in half and pinch at the center point. Attach at anchor point of the wreath form. Repeat at all anchor points of the wreath form.
Now it's time to attach the ghost! Secure the mounting squares to the back side of the ghost using a staple gun. If the ghost is thin and the staples will pop through the front, add a layer of foam to the back before attaching the mounting squares. Attach a pipe cleaner to each mounting square. Use the pipe cleaners to attach the ghost to the right side of the wreath.
Attach your three Terri bows starting with the top, then bottom, then left side opposite your ghost.
If you used different color ribbon in your bows than in your ribbon tails like I did, balance out the side with the ghost by adding in the missing ribbon(s). Do this by cutting 24 strips of the ribbons that are in your bows but that you didn't use for ribbon tails. Dove tail trim the ends and add these tails to the anchor points around the ghost until the colors in your wreath are balanced.
Take the spider web mesh and cut 6 8" strips. Scrunch it in the center and add it around the wreath at anchor points.