Start with your roll of 21" mesh. Curl in each side a bit and then scrunch toward the center to make a ruffle. Add the center of that ruffle to one of the ties on the top rung of the wreath frame.
Then make a 10" poof and add the mesh into the next tie on the top rung of the wreath frame. Continue this process around the top rung until it is full.
Next move to the bottom rung and repeat the same process until that rung is full but make your poofs 12" this time.
Now cut 6 20" strips of each of the 3 10" mesh.
Starting on the top rung, take one piece of mesh, curl in the ends and scrunch towards the center to make a ruffle. Add the center of that ruffle to one of the ties. Continue this process, alternating colors, until the whole rung is full. Then move to the bottom rung and repeat.
Now take your attachment and add pipe cleaners to the back. You may need to staple them on or glue mounting squares to the back of it to do this.
Using the pipe cleaners on the back of your attachment, poke them through them mesh and attach them to the left side of the wreath frame.
Then add your bow to the opposite side of the wreath. Fluff out the wreath and dovetail the ends.
Now cut 14" ribbon tails from the 4" ribbon and one of the 1.5" ribbons. Then cut 14" ribbon tails of one 2.5" and 2 1.5" ribbons.
Then take one 4" and one 1.5" ribbon tail and place one on top of the other. Fold the tails in half and pinch the center together. Attach the center pinch to a twist tie on the wreath frame. Repeat with the remaining ribbon tails and every other twist tie.
Repeat this process with the 2.5" ribbon tails and the two remaining !.5" ribbon tails. Use these to fill in the remaining twist ties.