Start by adding the first strand of white ornament garland in a large shallow zig-zag pattern from the top of the tree to the bottom. Use the tree branches to hold it in place.
Start a quick bow by hand with a 2.5-inch ribbon. Create one 8 inch loop on each side with 30” tails. Take the 1.5-inch ribbon and do the same thing. Do the same thing with a 4-inch ribbon, all while holding your ribbon in one hand.Attach your bow to the top of the tree, using a tree branch to secure the bow. Tie some tails of the bow onto branches of the tree and dovetail and loose tail ends.
Attach some ribbon tails from all your ribbons around the tree, using the tree branches to secure the tails into place in a large pouf style.
Make a simple bow by hand using a 1.5" ribbon, with one 6” loop, one shorter (12”) tail, and one longer (18”) tail. Attach it to the tree and leave the shorter tail hanging loose, but take the long tail and make a pouf then attach it to the tree. Repeat this same process approximately 6 more times, adding them all over your tree.Dovetail the loose ribbon tail ends.
Open up your greenery sprays and fluff them out to give them some dimension. Then insert them into your tree, starting at the top and working your way around the tree as you move down.
Take your red, white, and blue fireworks sprays and open them up then insert them into your tree, working your way all around the tree.
Grab your blue ball ornaments and just tuck them into branches all around your tree. Repeat the same process for your remaining ball ornaments. Be sure to spread out the various colors around the tree.
Take your large oversized ornaments and thread a pipe cleaner through the top loop to attach your ornament to the tree branches. Repeat this process for your remaining large ornaments.
Take your red, white, and blue star pick sprays, spread out the picks, and insert them into your tree. Work your way around the tree, then repeat the same process with the red, white, and blue popsicle sprays.
Take a 4” ribbon and make a 6” loop with one shorter (12”) tail and one longer (18”) tail. Secure the loop into a tree branch then let the shorter tail hang loose. Take the long tail and make a pouf. Dovetail the loose ribbon tails.
Take the individual blue and white flower picks and open them up like opening the petals of a flower. Insert the picks all around the tree. Repeat the same process with the red, white, and blue sparkler pick sprays and the curly-cue pick sprays.