Getting Crafty with a Homemade Initial Wreath

Maybe I'm more crafty than I thought!

I attempted to make an initial wreath for a friend as a gift. I browsed pictures of others and roamed around Michael's to find everything I needed. Here's what I got:

1 grapevine medium wreath
1 wooden letter
1 large colorful flower
3 small ivory roses
1 piece of greenery
1 small can of spray paint for the letter
1 spool of florist wire
1 spool of ivory ribbon
1 wreath hanger
(will also need hot glue gun and hot glue)

Step 1:
Spray paint the letter, outside, on each side. Let dry.

Step 2:
Cut the flower stems off, leaving a few inches to attach to the wreath. Also, save some of the leaves for decoration.

Step 3:
Assemble the flowers, leaves and greenery on one side of the wreath, sticking the stems into the wreath. Use the florist wire to ensure they stay put.

Step 4:
Once the letter is completely dry on both sides, find the appropriate position so you can begin to hot glue the letter to the wreath. Hold in place until it dries.

Step 5:
Cut a large piece of ribbon. Use this to hang from the wreath hanger. Tie in a simple bow.

Step 6:
Hang the wreath hanger on a door and hang the wreath!