1 Pin one end of a spool of green ribbon to the back of the polystyrene ring and wrap the ribbon around the ring, securing with pins as you go. Once covered, pin a loop of green ribbon to the top of the wreath.
2 Transfer the petal templates from p92 onto pieces of red and green card. For each flower you will need one large green layer, two large red layers, one medium red layer and one small red layer. Cut out carefully.
3 Use a ruler and a small embossing tool to make score lines in the centre of each layer of petals, as shown. Place each layer onto a foam mat and press into the centre of the petals with a large embossing tool to shape.
4 Assemble the red layers for one flower together, offsetting the petals on each layer, as shown. Glue the large green layer to the bottom of the flower. Repeat this step to create five perfect poinsettias for your wreath.
5 Glue 20mm circles of pale green card to the centre of each poinsettia. Cut a fringe along one edge of five 155x20mm strips of pale green card. Roll and glue the ends. Push out fringing and attach to the centre of each poinsettia.
6 Use the template on p92 to cut out 10 holly leaves from a piece of green card. Carefully score and fold lines down the centre of each holly leaf. Next, score diagonal lines on either side of the centre line, as shown.
7 Attach two holly leaves together and pierce a hole at the bottom. Twist the wire stems of three red berries together, push the end through the hole in the leaves and secure on the reverse. Repeat to make five holly sprigs.
8 Position the poinsettia flowers evenly around the wreath and use a hot glue gun to secure each one in place. Next, attach the holly sprigs so that they fill the gaps between the poinsettias, as shown, to finish.