Prepare your grapevine base by inspecting it to see if there are any leaves or stems that stick out too far. If there are, just cut them off.
Prepare your sign by peeling off the stickers from the back of the sign. Then, take the sticker covers off the mounting squares and place one square in each of the corners on the back of the sign. Insert pipe cleaners into the mounting squares.
Add a dab of hot glue around the mounting squares to provide a little extra support. While you’re waiting for your hot glue to dry, go ahead and cut the stems off your greenery and floral picks to prep it for adding to the grapevine base.
Use the pipe cleaners on your sign to attach it to the grapevine wreath. TIP: if you have trouble pushing the pipe cleaner through your grapevine, take your needle nose pliers and use them to push the pipe cleaner through the wreath. Then, use them to grab the pipe cleaner on the other side and pull it through so that the pipe cleaner comes out the back.
Take your EZ Bow Maker and your 2.5” ribbon and start making your bow. Start by making 8” tails with 6” loops. Now grab your 1.5” ribbon and make 8” tails with 5.5” loops. With the little bit left of your 2.5” ribbon, just center it to the design and add it to the top of your bow as essentially one long straight ribbon tail. Take the remainder of your 1.5” ribbon and make tails with one center loop. Tie it off with a pipe cleaner and twist tightly to secure it, then use the same pipe cleaner to tie the bow onto the grapevine wreath form.
Take your boxwood stems and begin adding them around your bow to round out your design as you “frame” your bow with the greenery. Add a bit of hot glue to each stem where you insert it into the grapevine wreath.
Add the black and white magnolia leaves in a triangle pattern around your bow. Secure with a dab of hot glue on each stem and spread the leaves apart as you put a few behind your boxwood greenery to make them look fully integrated into the final design.
Spread apart your orange and green florals then begin adding them into the design as well in a triangle pattern to add some texture. Use a dab of hot glue on each stem to secure it in place.
Dovetail the ribbon tail ends. Add any extra little greenery pieces directly into the bow with a dab of hot glue.