Hydrangea Wreath Tutorial


Today we are making this beautiful hydrangea wreath, you're going to need. 


Supply List:
Hydrangeas (I used fresh from our gardens, but you can use dried or fake)
Raffia or ribbon
Scissors and or wire snips


Step 1: remove all the leaves from the stems, and cut stem to a size where it sticks into the wreath but doesn't require lots of twisting to remove it from sight.


Step 2: Cut a small piece of wire and wrap it through the hydrangea and twist it around a piece of the wreath.


Step 3: Continue around the wreath, keeping each flower close to the next so there aren't any visible gaps.



Step 4: Wrap the raffia or ribbon around the wreath between the flowers and tie.

Now go hang it somewhere! If you make this please share pictures on our page! We would love to see them!

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2 comments:

  1. This seems easy enough. I'll have to try it. By the way, I see that y'all are from TN. I used to teach in a small town in Middle TN called Lebanon. :D

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