2 – Make a hydrangea wreath in 5 minutes!

Make a fresh hydrangea wreath in 5 minutes! via Funky Junk Interiors

This sweet and easy hydrangea wreath took only 5 minutes to make!

All you need is a hydrangea bush in fall, scissors and a base.

I got the idea from Daisy Mae Belle’s own pretty version!

twiggy wreath

I started with a twiggy wreath I had on hand. Honestly, I love it as it is, so if I had one I loved less, I would have used that instead.

The important thing here is to utilize how the wreath was wrapped.

creating a hydrangea wreath

All I did was cut the hydrangea stems on a sharp angle, then slipped them into the wrapped vines. That’s it!

A hydrangea wreath in 5 minutes! via Funky Junk Interiors

A hydrangea wreath in 5 minutes! via Funky Junk Interiors

These are fall hydrangeas, so they’re a little crispy to the touch right off the bush. Because of that, they’ll dry pretty nicely as is. If they were fresher, I would have set them in water to dry first.

A hydrangea wreath in 5 minutes! via Funky Junk Interiors

The colours look a little more vibrant outdoors.

Make a hydrangea wreath in 5 minutes! via Funky Junk Interiors

It’s just too cute and suits just about anywhere!

Don’t get so wrapped up in the blogging end of things that you have no time to create. Remember to get offline and do that special thing that makes you happy!

All that pinning you do is just pinning.

Get offline and create!

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  1. Great idea. If you need a cheap and easy frame to create your wreath as well, I would suggest using a coat hanger. It works great and everyone has one of those around.

  2. Love it. This is on my ‘gotta do’ list. I’ve already cut my hydrangea, so now, just to get some of it on a wreath. THANKS for the push in that direction.

  3. I am heading out to my yard tomorrow morning to gather up the last of my Hydrangeas. What you said about not getting caught up in blogging? I am all about being way too caught up in “producing” as in for other people! I have so neglected the time to make anything for myself, just because it brings me joy. Thank you so much for this reminder. I am copying and printing this to put right above my computer. I tell you, those words were inspired!

  4. I love this post and since it inspired me to make my own wreaths, I put a link back to you in my post about hydrangea wreaths.