Start by fluffing out your wreath base if you need to. Then take the 21" mesh and curl up on end then scrunch the mesh towards its center to make a ruffle. Starting on the top rung of your wreath, add the ruffle using your evergreen as twist ties. Then, make a poof that is tall enough to cover the pine and add it to the evergreen. Continue this until your top rung is full and then continue on to the second rung.
Next use the rotary cutter to cut your two 10" meshes into 20 strips. It will depend on the size of your wreath how many of these you will need. Make ruffles one at a time and add them periodically through the wreath, alternating colors. To make a ruffle, curl in the ends of your strip of mesh then scrunch it up the center.
Use the super glue to attach 4 mounting squares to the back of your sign. Once it is dry use pipe cleaners to attach the sign to the wreath. Then add your rag bow to the wreath.
Now cut your ribbon into 14" tails and dovetail the ends. Decide how you want to group your ribbons together. I made two sets. One with 3 1.5" tails and one with a 4, 2.5", and 1.5" tail.
Take one of each type of 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 until your wreath is a full as you like it.
Next, open up your white floral stems and use hot glue to add them into the wreath on the right side of your sign. Then trim another stem down into smaller pieces and add them to the other side of your sign.
Then trim your lemon pick stem and use hot glue to add them into the wreath, working them in all the way around.