Cut branches into somewhat equal sizes. Stack them in small groups of three to make your work easier.
Starting near the center of your stems, secure them to the ring using floral wire three at a time. Work the wire to the base of the stem, wrapping 5-6 times each.
Add another set of three branches, staggering below to cover the wire of the previous section.
Continue until wreath is full. Add in a single stem to fill any gaps, if needed.
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Don't be afraid of imperfections! This wreath comes together quickly, and it's easy to hide the mechanics behind your next group of foliage.
Use various lengths of greenery if you want a moore loose, gathered and wild look.
Wiring around the base of your stems (where leaves are still attached) is best to help the wire grip the wreath form well.