Wreath making is one of my passions and I enjoy teaching others how to make a wreath that adds beauty and charm to their front porch. I always love discovering new and fun ways to spruce up my own front door with a pretty wreath, but one of my go-to and classic wreath designs is a simple and elegant hydrangea wreath. I absolutely LOVE hydrangeas. They are quite possibly my favorite flower, so I always love to find ways to use them. Today I am going to show you step by step how to make a hydrangea wreath using artificial hydrangea flowers.
This simple hydrangea wreath is so easy to make and it is absolutely beautiful. You can use any color hydrangeas to fit whatever mood, season, or occasion you want to use the wreath. I love this rose, cream, burgundy combo for spring and summer, but I have made this style wreath in tons of different color combos.
You can also make this with or without a bow, depending on your preference – I have made them both ways, and either way looks gorgeous. *Some links in this post may lead to websites where we are an affiliate. Click [HERE] for our disclosure statement.*
What you will need for this DIY Hydrangea Wreath:
- 6-9 Hydrangea Stems (Assorted Colors of Your Choice)
- 14 inch Grapevine Wreath Base
- Hydrangea Leaves
- Burlap ribbon or any ribbon of your choice
- Wire Cutters
- Florist Wire
- Glue Gun
- Glue Sticks
- Bowdabra Bow Maker (optional)
Watch My How To Make A Hydrangea Wreath Step by Step Video…
This wreath is so pretty and always gets so many compliments. You can easily change out the hydrangeas for any season. Sage green, rust orange, and cream hydrangeas make for a beautiful fall wreath, and red, green and white make a fabulous Christmas wreath. The possibilities are endless with this DIY wreath. Let me know what you think of this wreath. Have you ever made one? For the ultimate guide to selling wreaths online, be sure to read our new book, Wreath Business Blueprint.
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