Hydrangea’s are one of my all time favorite flowers, along with lilacs. Unfortunately, I was never able to grow them myself. But, every year at the Scituate Arts Festival I go to the same vendor who sells bunches of dried ones for $5 a bunch.
They last such a long time & there are so many things you can do with them. Most of the time I put them in ceramic pitchers, but this time I decided to make a wreath for my Master Bedroom, however, I wanted something a little different.
How To Make A Dried Hydrangea Wreath
I took an old 8 x 10 wood frame (sorry, I didn’t take pictures, but it is pretty straightforward) and simply snipped off smaller bunches of hydrangeas and hot glued them around the frame. I filled in with smaller bunches as needed to make it cohesive.
I love the square shape of this wreath. Very simple project but I do think it is a statement piece. Have a good day!