Staple 2 pipe cleaners to two of the opposite corners of the back of your sign. Secure with a dab of hot glue.
Grab your 3” ribbon and make a 7-inch loop. Twist off your ribbon and cut the tail.
Pick your first 2.5” ribbon and make a 7” loop. Twist off and cut the tail.
Pick your second 2.5" ribbon and repeat the process.
Repeat the process one more time with your third 2.5” ribbon.
Grab your first 1.5” ribbon and create a 7” loop on top of your bow.
Repeat the process with your next 1.5” ribbon.
Grab your first 1.5” ribbon again and use it to make a center loop.
Since this bow is very big, twist TWO pipe cleaners together, wrap them through the middle of your bow and tie them off in the back of your bow by twisting tightly.
Attach the sign to your grapevine wreath with the pipe cleaners you stapled to the sign.
Take your pine sprays and trim the stem. Work the stem of your first pine spray into the bottom area of the grapevine. Repeat with the second pine spray.
Do the same thing with your third pine spray but add it to the middle/top of the grapevine. Add a drop of hot glue to secure all the sprays.
Attach your bow in the center where your pine spray stems meet using the pipe cleaners.
Trim the tails on your bow and dovetail them.
Take your other greenery sprays and cut the first one apart. Trim the stems, if needed, add a drop of hot glue to the end of the stem and insert one piece at a time to your design from the top of the grapevine.
Repeat the process from the bottom and the side of the grapevine.
Fluff out your greenery and ribbon.
Take your Christmas dog bone spray and cut it to separate the bones. Using the same process as with the greenery, insert the stems of the bones in the grapevine from the top, bottom, and side.
Take your candy cane spray and repeat the process.
Trim off the excess length from the pipe cleaners in the back and tuck in the ends. Now your wreath is done!