Get your pipe cleaners ready.
Using your first 2.5” ribbon make a 14” tail, keeping the pretty sign facing forward.
Follow up with a 6” loop, twist ribbon so you see the pretty side out front and create another 6” loop on the opposite side. Follow up with one additional 6” loop on the opposing side. Twist the ribbon again and leave a 14” tail.
So, you’ll have 2 loops on one side and 1 loop and 2 tails on the other side. Secure with a pipe cleaner.
Repeat steps 2-3 with the second 2.5” ribbon, making it slightly smaller than the previous bow. Secure this layer to the previous bow using the same pipe cleaner.
Repeat previous steps using the 3rd 2.5” ribbon.
Now, you’ll repeat the same process with the (3) 1.5” ribbons, making this set slightly smaller than the previous bow you set aside. You’ll still have the 14” tail, but the loops in the set will start at about 5”.
Now combine both the 2.5” set and 1.5” set, keeping the tails on the opposite sides.
Pull the tails downward, so they fall on the bottom.
Fluff out your loops.
Secure the bow to the wreath.