Glue the backside of the shag fabric to the cardboard. Let the shag slightly overlap the sides of the cardboard.
Glue the fabric-covered cardboard petals to the wreath ring. Randomly place the petals and let them overlap each other. The inner edge of the ring can show a bit because we're going to cover it with buttons.
We used purple buttons to create an inner border on our wreath. Glue the larger buttons on first then layer the smaller buttons on top to give it a fuller look. Leave a small section open to place the bow (we placed our bow slightly to one side).
Roll out the ribbon, leave a long piece for the first tail and then create the desired number of loops. Pull the loops into a small bunch and bundle with your hands. Tie another piece of ribbon around it to keep the loops secure. Hot glue that section to the wood ring then cut off the extra ribbon.
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