1. Start by pulling out all of the wire stems (you may not use all of the stems, depending how full you want the pumpkin). The stems may already be attached to your wire wreath frame, or you can purchase chenille stems or pipe cleaners and tie them onto the wreath.
2. Pleat or gather the mesh together so it will be nice and tight, twist into the wire stems starting at the top.
3. Twist a few times into the wire and then move down about 1/3 of the way, shown here, give a small poof and attach again. Think of a real pumpkin as this will be the side of the pumpkin.
4. Attach going from top to bottom and repeat adding a bit more poof in the mesh.
5. I like a full, textured pumpkin, so do the same on the back side for depth and more "pop."
6. Here, I took the small green roll and made a ribbon, I then cut the loops. I secured the ribbon with a floral wire I had, but you can attach it to the other wires if you like; in the supplies I had an option for green leaves you can attach also, but I prefer the mesh.
7. Then I took the brown mesh for the stem of the pumpkin and made a roll out of it, I then attached it in the center.