Red Hydrangea Christmas Wreath


Red Hydrangea Christmas Wreath

Red Hydrangea Christmas Wreath
Red Hydrangea Christmas Wreath

"Make a super easy and super eye catching wreath for the holidays and then keep it up all year long. Simply remove the heads from faux hydrangea flowers, use floral wire to attach them to a wire wreath frame, making sure to push the flowers together tightly. Then, remove the faux leaves from the stems and hot glue them together in a circle large enough to border the out ring of the wreath form. Hot glue the leaves to the flowers and voila...done!"


Materials List

  • Wire wreath frame
  • Floral wire
  • Silk hydrangea flowers
  • Glue gun and sticks
  • wire cutters

It's a super easy project with a ton of impact and if you use the craft store coupons, it is an inexpensive craft.

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This is a beautiful wreath. It is actually quite easy to make. (I spent my young adult years running my own florist business so I appreciate a rare and nice wreath. This would also make a good set of instructions to make other wreaths with various colors of hydrangea heirloom wreaths. This is so easy, many crafters will be able to make one. The red is rich and gorgeous for Christmas.

This is very pretty in red and I just love the whole idea! I'm not a huge wreath making person but I have done a few in my time. I have the wire cutters and hot glue. For anyone who has made this exact wreath, how many bunches of hydrangea stems did you need to make it look good and full?

Very pretty. I may try this instead of the same old thing this year.


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