Remove all hanging loops from ornaments. Separate and fluff the branches and leaves of the picks, sprays and garlands to look more realistic.
Secure large sprays to wreath frame
Lay one of the large sprays on the frame and secure it at the stem. Carefully bend and shape the spray to follow the frame’s curve. Wire it in place as needed to fully secure it to frame. Continue adding the remaining sprays around the frame, evenly placing them for full coverage.
Wind a garland around the frame, tucking it into the greenery and pulling some of the sprigs around the leaves to give it a more natural look. Overlap the ends and secure in place with wire. Repeat with the second garland by adding it in the opposite direction.
Evenly space the ornaments around the wreath inside the greenery and garland. This wreath has 3 larger groupings with single pieces in between, however you can choose a different composition. When you are satisfied with their placement, use hot glue to secure them in place. Note: Hold firmly in place for at least a minute for the glue to set.
Add wired glass baubles
Tuck in bunches of wired glass baubles around the ornament groupings and hot glue them into place. Note: Hold firmly in place for at least a minute for the glue to set.
Add pinecones and small sprays
Fill in around the wreath with pinecones and then small sprays, and glue into place. Note: Hold firmly in place for at least a minute for the glue to set.
Fluff up wreath
Carefully make final tweaks to fluff up greenery, picks and sprays for a natural.