I love decorating for spring and so today I am really excited to share a really fun and simple Spring Hydrangea Wreath with you! This wreath only takes about 10 minutes to make from start to finish and I am even sharing how to do it in a video tutorial! Wahoo! A big huge thanks to AdTech for making this post possible today!
I went to Michaels the other day and saw their beautiful, spring colored hydrangeas and I fell in love!! And it inspired me to create a hydrangea wreath for the spring! I had created this fall hydrangea wreath and this holiday hydrangea wreath, but these hydrangeas were such vibrant fun spring colors I wanted to use more then just a few stems! As I was thinking about how to create this wreath, I was reminded about a beautiful hydrangea wreath I saw at A Night Owl blog and I knew I wanted to create a similar wreath. So I snagged a few supplies and created this in about 10 minutes.
As a tip, I think that Michaels has the best fake flowers! Their hydrangeas are just nicer and more full then any other ones I have found.
A few notes before you see the video:
In the video, I show two different ways to attach the hydrangeas with the hot glue. I ended up liking the second method better where I inserted the hydrangeas first, and added the glue second with my AdTech Project Pro hot glue gun.
In the video, I give two different options for finishing the wreath by either bending and gluing the stems down or by snipping the ends off and hot gluing them. I ended up preferring the second method here as it made the back of my wreath more flat and it sat against my wall a little nicer. Just be sure to use lots of hot glue so that the hydrangeas stay in place!
You can of course use whatever option you like, but I wanted to let you know what options I ended up liking better and why. Either way your wreath will turn out great!
Spring Hydrangea Wreath
To create this I used:
- AdTech Project Pro Hot Glue Gun
- Floral Ring, medium size with 8 holes
- 8 Hydrangea Stems (I used 4 Coral and 4 Yellow)
- Floral Snips
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I love hydrangeas - I've noticed my mothers are just beginning to come out. In the soil there they range from deep to light blue. They're one of the only fresh flower I bring into my house as there are a couple of hayfever-prone bodies here. The fake blooms you've used here are lovely ones.
Your wreath is so pretty. Perfect for spring for sure. I love the colors you picked too. So pretty. Thank you for linking up to Tips and Tricks. I hope to see you again this week.
I am in love with this wreath. I decorate with hydrangeas all over my house, inside and out. This would look so good on my front door. Thanks for sharing!
This is super pretty and simple to make I LOVE it! Great job!
Hydrangeas are my favourite flower and we had them all over our wedding. I always try to do something with hydrangeas over the summer so this is perfect! Thanks for sharing.
Jessi @ Practically Functional
Gorgeous Ashley! I love hydrangeas, and that wreath is the perfect way to add some spring color to your door! Just dropping by to let you know that this project was my pick for Rockstar of the week over at Creativity Unleashed, which means you're now in the running for MEGA Rockstar! Voting is open at the Creativity Unleashed link party; all you have to do is check the box beside your project and hit submit, so stop by and vote, and tell your friends and readers to go vote for you as well! I hope you win this week! http://www.practicallyfunctional.com/creativity-unleashed-link-party/
I love this wreath SO much - beautiful work!
Just wondering what store you purchased your flowers from I haven't been able to find any that full!
Opps just reread I just jumped to the video I missed you specified Michaels in the first sentance:)
This is gorgeous! You have a great website. I would love for you to link up at our new hashtag party #iDIYedthat. This would be a perfect fit for it.
Link up over at my website http://www.repurposeandupcycle.com
Hope to see you there!
Hydrangeas are one of my favorite flowers. I really like the coral and yellow colors that you chose. Thanks for the video tutorial. Your wreath turned out beautifully.
Hi! I'm one of the co-hosts from the Welcome Home Wednesday Link Up. I love your pretty spring hydrangea wreath. I'm on love with wreaths and this one is sooo pretty! I may have to make one for myself! Thank you for sharing.
I love all of your wreath ideas. Keep sharing.