So you need a polystyrene ring, some green fabrics and a variety of reds or whatever colour you want for your flowers, some ribbon, buttons, pins and thread.
Start by winding the ribbon around the ring and I secured it with a pin but you could glue it.
You need to cut some green squares out, you need 3 squares of 8cm or 4" Approx for each *flower* so probably 21 or more squares and you need 5 squares of 6cm or 3" of flower fabric for each *flower* so 35 red squares.
Make 3 of these triangles and then get the needle and thread out. Double thread and put a knot in one end, then make some running stitches on the edge of the first triangle *leaf*
Then you pull and gather both ends up so the leaves make a little leaf circle
Then knot them together and cut the end off.
Then take the petals and a leaf and either make a little yo yo for the centre or use a button, a piece of lace, anything you want. I used the pretty wooden star buttons I bought from China. Use the button to secure the petal and the leaf together and tie off at the back.
When you've made the 7 or 8 that your wreath needs, you can either use some hot Glue to stick it onto the wreath or I've used some pins in the hidden folds of the petals to secure...then tie some ribbon around the top to use as a hanger and that's it. Once you get busy it hardly takes any time at all and my 4 year old daughter helped with the folding of the leaves/petals.
And that's all folks !!!!