Take your windmill and overlap on one side of the grapevine wreath base. Use pipe cleaners to attach it securely on each side. Now set this aside and get started on the bow.
Take the EZ Bow Maker and a 2.5" wired ribbon. Measure out a 16-inch tail and make an 8-inch loop on each side.
Next, get your 4" ribbon and do the same a 16-inch tail and an 8-inch loop on each side.
Now we're going to add out 1.5" ribbon. Make tail and then a slightly smaller loop on each side, then make a small loop to be the center button of your bow.
Take a pipe cleaner and tie the bow off nice and tight.
With the windmill at the top, we'll be putting our main design on the bottom part of the grapevine, so our windmill is going to stand out. Place the bow at the bottom of the grapevine base. Get it pulled in nice and tight.
Trim the tails at the top of your bow. We'll trim the tails at the bottom of your bow later.
Add some greenery sprays on both sides of the bow. Use the hot glue gun to keep them in place.
Add some sunflower sprays on both side of the bow. Use the hot glue gun to keep them in place.
Keep layering with the sunflower sprays to make the design fuller. Build it out.
Take your floral spray, and use the hot glue to attach it to the grapevine base and fill in the gaps.