Visually inspect your grapevine base to see if there are any excess leaves or long stems. If there are, remove them (or cut them off).
Prepare your snowflake sign for attaching to your wreath. Use pipe cleaners to add the sign to your wreath on the right side of the base.
Spread out the greenery on your stems so that it looks full and natural. Curve the stem slightly to make it easier to slip into the grapevine base and achieve a good angle. Insert one stem into the base on the left side, coming in from the bottom. Then repeat from the other direction. Secure them in place with hot glue.
Make a single-ribbon bow with 11 loops.Leave a nice long tail to work with (curl, trim, etc) then make a small loop. This will be your center loop.Next, pinch your ribbon, twist it, and make a slightly larger loop. Continue to pinch, twist, and loop as you move from side to side. Your loops will be stacked on top of each other as you hold them, and each new layer with have slightly larger loops.Tie a pipe cleaner through the middle of the bow to secure it. Fluff out your ribbon by spreading your loops apart to create a lovely full-looking bow.
Attach your bow to your wreath base in the middle empty space between your greenery.
Fluff out your entire design. Add additional small sprigs of greenery if you want to create more depth to your wreath.