Start by using the pipe cleaner on your bow to attach it to the top left side of the grapevine wreath.
Next, use the wire cutters to trim your freesia and greenery stems into smaller sections.
Count to see how many freesia stems you have so you can decide how many to put on each side of your bow. Then use hot glue to attach them to either side of the bow making sure the flowers are lifting up and off the grapevine so it doesn't lay flat.
Next, start working in the greenery using the hot glue to secure it in place. Be sure to add a little bit of greenery and one flower to the center of the bow.
Then trim three 14" ribbon tails and trim the ends at an angle. Use three of the trimmed wired stem ends to wrap the center of the tail. Then use hot glue to add the stem of your tails around the bow and at the bottom of the wreath to fill it out.