I have a confession to make. My front door...currently has no wreath on it! (gasp!) I know I know...I am picky about my wreaths, and I don't have a ton of room to store them, so I don't often make them! I have a few wreaths that I simply adore such as my Simple Felt Wreath and my Yarn and Berries Wreath, and I even have a Christmas Hydrangea Wreath already waiting to be posted on my blog! So I decided to whip up a cute wreath for my front door that would last me through Halloween and Thanksgiving! This is the perfect Fall Hydrangea Wreath!
I was so inspired when I saw Kimberly's Hydrangea Wreath over at A Night Owl blog, it is just beautiful and it made me fall in love with hydrangea's all over again. I am not usually a huge fan of fake flowers, but this made my heart swoon. And since I already had a wreath form and a few rolls of burlap ribbon on hand, I decided to do my own take on a Fall Hydrangea Wreath that is still super simple to make and really beautiful!
To create this Fall Hydrangea Wreath, you will need:
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- 18" Styrofoam FloraCraft Wreath Form
- Burlap Ribbon (Tan and Cream)
- 2 Orange Hydrangeas
- 2 Brown Hygrandeas
- 1 stem of Accent Foliage (mine are burlap, glittery leaves)
- Hot Glue Gun with Glue Sticks