I used a grape vine wreath, silk hydrangeas, and burlap, all purchased at Michael's Craft Store.
Here is my tool list:
Hot Glue Gun
First I snipped the flowers off the stems. Then I tucked each one into the wreath in a U shape. I started in the middle and worked up each side. There was no need to use glue because the stems fit tight between the vines. I decided not to use the leaves but I saved them for a different project.
To make the bow I used burlap from a roll. I cut about 12 inches or more off the roll. I loosely tied the burlap around a door knob to make the bow. Now why would I do that you may ask? Because this stuff is really cumbersome to work with and after fighting with it for a while I discovered that if I tied it to something I could manage it better. So hence tying it to the door knob worked. After I was satisfied with how it looked I gently pulled it off and fluffed it into shape. I folded the ends and snipped them to get that V shape.
Then I glued the bow on top of the wreath.
And now I have a sweet wreath for my front door.