Do you have loads of hydrangea blooms this year? Me too!! Are you looking for something to do with all those hydrangeas that’s super easy?? Me too!! This Fall hydrangea wreath took me less than 10 minutes to put together and cost less than $10 (9 bucks to be exact!!)
How To Make A Hydrangea Wreath
- Square Wreath Frame
- 8 Small Foam Pumpkins
- Dried Hydrangeas
- Hot Glue Gun
The square wire wreath form is from the Dollar Tree…this would look just as lovely on a round wreath form.
I also used dried hydrangeas that I had cut and dried a couple of weeks ago and 8 mini pumpkins ( I grabbed mine from the Christmas Tree Shops)
Glue On The Pumpkins
Flip the wreath form over so that the rounded part is on the backside. The pumpkins will adhere better to the indented side of the wreath.
Put hot glue on the backside of the pumpkins and add them to the 4 corners and 4 centers of each side.
Add The Hydrangeas
After I had the pumpkins glued on, I started filling in the spaces in between the pumpkins with the dried hydrangeas.
It only takes a small amount of hot glue to hold the hydrangeas in place.
This was a quick project! It only took about 10 minutes from start to finish…I love quick projects!
One thing to keep in mind when using dried hydrangeas is that you want to keep them out of direct sunlight…the color of the hydrangeas will fade quickly.
Finished Fall Hydrangea Wreath
Isn’t it pretty? I just love to use dried hydrangeas in my decorating! It’s nice to be able to enjoy parts of my garden in the chilly days of Fall!
Gorgeous! I love this wreath.
I have been on a wreath kick this Fall!! I’m going to have to start a separate website for them!!
What a great wreath, Jennifer! I really like the square frame. I think one would look great on my front door! 😉
I’ll send it to you!!
You do beautiful work! I am happy I found you! So inspiring too. I need crafts right now in my life 😇❤
Thank you so much Rita!! That’s super sweet!! Oh, girl I have crafts for you…stay tuned for Christmas!!