Take a Hot Glue Gun and attach your Burlap to the Wreath Base in a large loop. I think my piece was around 10" long.
Take a Round Wooden Wreath Base that you buy from any big-box store. I used the 6". Cut one of our adhesive sheets in half to 6x6. Lay the Adhesive Sheet over the Wreath Base and press firmly, use your bone folder also. Peel the Adhesive Sheet up and the adhesive should now only be left on the wooden part of the base.
Punch several sprigs in the various green colors and in the Glimmer sheets.
Start at the center of the wreath base and lay a row of sprigs down in whatever pattern you choose.
Make sure you press ONLY the "root" of the sprig to the adhesive.
**FOLD UP THE SPRIG from the Root area so the "sprig" end is not in contact with the adhesive.
Continue laying down your sprigs.
I found it works best if you start with completing the center "row" and then complete the outside edge.
Make sure you turn the outside sprigs in and out so they hang off the wreath.
Finish by filling in the center rows.
If a sprig does not remain secure, use a glue dot to reattach it.
When getting to the final sprigs, you will tuck them under the previously folded sprigs.
Tie your Bow and Adhere
Add Red Rhinestones
Spritz well with Frost Shimmer Paint.
Add any final embellishments. I added some die cut sentiments from the Merry Christmas To ALL framelits.