Hydrangea Wreath

Posted by on Jul 4, 2012 in garden, yard sale | 29 comments

I am going to keep this short and sweet today.

My girls are desperately wanting to get to the pool!

We are cooking out with friends tonight and then on to see the fireworks that Murfreesboro will put on.

Hopefully, we will not melt!

The heat is intense!

This project took less than 5 minutes!

how to make a hydrangea wreath

I started with a grapevine wreath that I picked up at a yard sale for $1.

Then, I clipped blooms from my withering hydrangea bush.

The size of the blooms weight the whole thing down towards the end of its blooming season!

If you want to see this hydrangea in the beginning of the spring, you can see it here.

The blooms begin to dry right on the bush.

Especially with the heat that we have been having!

I clipped the stems to about 3 inches and stuck them into the grapevine wreath.

I removed all of the leaves, because they do not dry as pretty as the blooms.

I did not even use glue.

They just stayed!

how to make a hydrangea wreath

I am not exactly sure where I am going to put it yet.

I have a few options.

I might hang it by burlap ribbon?

Or maybe from a mirror?

Or maybe with just a nail right into the wall?

I will have to figure that part out later. . .

my family is literally getting in the car to go swimming!

Some things are just more important than decorating!

Life to the full to you today!


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  1. How beautiful, Melissa! I am in awe of those blooms every time you include them in a post. My bushes are still young and the blooms not too big. I did cut a few last week to bring in the house before they all dried on the bush!

  2. Gorgeous wreath I saw you at Vintage Farmhouse


  3. Absolutely gorgeous!! I would love that in my TV room!!
    Found you via Faded Charm. So glad I did ๐Ÿ™‚
    Have a great week!
    What Meegan Makes

  4. Favorite flower! Love it. Would love for you to link it up to my linky party. http://www.thegirlinthewildwest.com/2012/07/wild-west-thursday-week-three.html

  5. Wow, it looks absolutely beautiful!!~
    Hope you have a lovely day.

  6. Beautiful! I keep seeing your posts and clicking on them!:)

  7. Just beautiful!!!!

  8. Wow, your hydrangea wreath is just beautiful! I’m going to give this a try!

  9. Thank you for this idea! I have a HUGE hydrangea bush that is not enjoying our 105 degree days!! When I get back from vacation, I am going to give this a shot!

  10. So nice! Love it ๐Ÿ™‚ Greetings from Norway

  11. You are so lucky – that is gorgeous!!

  12. I love hydrangeas and am so jealous of how beautiful yours are! We just moved and mine are tiny and new…one day!

  13. It’s beautiful! I picked up a vine wreath today and I think this is something I will look into doing further on in the season when mine are full and ready to cut. Thanks for the tip!
    Debbie ๐Ÿ™‚

  14. Love this!
    Please link to the French party on Monday!

  15. So pretty think I will try it with white hydrangea (fakies)I am without a tree but they are my favorite flower! Thanks for the inspiration!

  16. Now that is just lovely! ๐Ÿ™‚

  17. Goodness this is brilliant. I’m going to make mine in the fall so it’s multicolored. Brilliant idea!!

    Shared on Fji Facebook and pinned for SNS 142. ๐Ÿ™‚



  18. Simply beautiful. You are a very inspiring person.
    God really gave you talent.

  19. Oh, I love this! I just picked hydrangeas from my bush today for a floral arrangement. I never thought to make a wreath from them. So of course, I’ll have to try it. I actually like your wreath hanging from the fence! I’m thinking it’s gonna continue to look great as the blooms dry. Thanks for the inspiration!

  20. Sigh…looks amazing! makes me want to plant some of my own! Thank you for sharing at Uncommon! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  21. Adorable!! I love hydrangeas. I’m your newest follower from Metamorphosis Monday! ๐Ÿ™‚

  22. Hi Melissa: Isn’t that a pretty wreath! I added some dried hydrangeas to my fall wreath last year, and they added a nice accent. Take care and have a fantastic week!

  23. I wish my hydrangea had blooms like that! Beautiful wreath, thanks for linking up to Cowgirl Up this week.
    I shared your project on my fb page tonight!
    ๐Ÿ™‚ Samantha @ Crafty Texas Girls

  24. I love the green color of your hydrangea. It is such a wonderful summer look! Thanks so much for sharing on Simple & Sweet Fridays!


  25. This is absolutely amazingly gorgeous. Thank you so much for sharing. Wow, wow and wow!

  26. So going to try this one!! Sharing at the party tonight~ thanks for linking up at Feathered Nest Friday!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  27. So pretty! Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!

  28. Oh my goodness, REAL hydrangeas. Some people are so lucky! It looks beautiful.

    Warmly, Michelle

  29. So darn pretty, and I have tons of hydrangeas out in the garden so I will give it a try! Thanks for sharing your creative inspiration with Sunday’s Best!


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