Using the floral wire cutters, cut the flowers, floral picks, and greenery from the wreath you will be attaching to your wreath.
Cut your garland or pick of eucalyptus into one 4” piece and two 6” pieces.
Cut one 2” piece of floral wire and attach one 4” and one 6” piece of eucalyptus to each other, making sure the direction of the leaves are facing the same direction.
Cut three 2” pieces of floral wire and attach the eucalyptus to the left side of the metal hoop, with one piece of wire at the top, one in the middle and one at the bottom of the eucalyptus.
Cut a 3” piece of floral wire and attach the second 6” piece of eucalyptus to the right side of the metal hoop. You want to overlap the bottom of this piece with the bottom of the piece on the left side when you attach it. Be sure to twist your wire quite firmly, making sure the two sides are well connected. Attach the right-side piece of eucalyptus farther up with a 2” piece of floral wire to secure in place on the metal hoop.
Take a double leaf from the eucalyptus garland and using your glue gun, glue it to the middle of the metal hoop, where the two sides of the eucalyptus were attached, covering up where you wired them to the hoop.
Beginning with your larger flowers, decide on your placement and using your glue gun, attach them to your metal hoop. Allow the glue to harden with each flower before attaching the next flower.
Spread out your greenery, baby’s breath, etc. and decide on the placement and using your glue gun, attach them to your metal hoop. Allow the glue to harden with each one before attaching the next.
Hang your wreath using a ribbon or a wreath hanger.