Well, actually we have a front stoop and I hung the wreath on the side wall because it was pretty, and stationary. I purchased the grapevine wreath, flowers, leaves, and ribbon at Michael's (on sale or with a coupon, Yaaaay!) The flowers and leaves are hot glued and the bow and streamers are attached with a pipe cleaner. I also made a hanger for the back with another pipecleaner and hung the wreath from a nail (in the wood trim above the rock) with fishing line. Here's a closer view.
The hardest part of this project was hanging it because I didn't measure my fishing line first and our smallest ladder is 8 feet tall! That ladder doesn't fit on the porch the right way so I felt, and probably looked, like a monkey.
Making the wreath was a snap because I used my new Fiskars Floral Stem Cutter. No more wire cutters for me! That baby cut the floral "bushes" apart with little to no effort. The individual stems cut like paper. So much so, I started cutting bunches of 4 or 5 at a time and it was easy! I did have to adjust some of the leaves to get the stems thru the cutting slot but that was no biggy. The stem cutter is a table top model, cuts up to 1/2 inch diameter stems, and is covered by the Fiskars limited lifetime warranty.NOTE: I was a lucky monkey and one of a few that "won" this fabulous tool on the Fiskateers site. My only reward for giving a positive review is the good feeling I get by sharing a great idea with my fellow crafters.
Hope you enjoyed my wreath! Happy crafting to you!