If you’re unsure of how to tie your own bow, you can purchase a premade bow, and attach it to the top of your wreath with a sturdy floral wire (or you can use the hot glue gun to secure it onto your wreath). Before I placed the cardstock hearts on the wreath, I fashioned and attached a burlap bow to the top of the wreath with floral wire (using the excess wire on the back to create a loop from which to hang the wreath). Also, make sure to preheat your glue gun about 10-15 minutes before you plan to use it, and prop it up on a sturdy piece of cardboard (so the liquid glue has somewhere to go, when it starts to drip out of the gun).
I then artfully placed the hearts onto my wreath, according to color and pattern, before gluing them down with a dime-sized dollop of hot glue. (I purchased a grapevine wreath from Michaels craft store).