Apply the banner to the wreath with hot glue. To hang the wreath, attach a ribbon around the wreath and secure to your hanging surface with a small nail. To make the ribbon hanger shown in the photo, I used a scrap piece of canvas from a drop cloth and cut it into a long strip, about 3 inches wide by 48 inches long. I attached a piece of 1” brown grosgrain ribbon to the middle of the canvas strip with a single stitch (I chose blue thread to match the map print). I also frayed the edges of the canvas a little and then stitched down each edge so the fraying wouldn’t just keep going on forever. I made a quick little rolled fabric flower for the middle of the bow, and secured it on with hot glue. Note: I did not actually tie the ribbon into a bow, I just folded it to look like a bow and glued the layers together with hot glue, then glued the flower to the middle.