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Dried Hydrangea Wreath


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Give a good first impression when you welcome friends and family to your home with this Dried Hydrangea Wreath.  Decorative door decorations like this can be up year round, so you can always show off your wreath!

Dried Hydrangea Wreath


  • Dried hydrangeas
  • Wire wreath frames
  • Spanish moss
  • Floral wire


  1.  Twist the end of the floral wire around one of the wires of the form to start, then pack the wreath form with the moss and wrap floral wire around the moss and form it and to hold the moss in place.

    Dried Hydrangea Wreath
  2. Once the frame has moss wired the whole way around it, then it is time to start attaching the flowers. Cut them so the stems are very long. Lay a big flower cluster (henceforth referred to as a flower) on the wreath, checking to see if you need to add any smaller flowers for shape, and wrap the top part of the stem to the frame. Cut off the end and move on to the next flower.

    Dried Hydrangea Wreath
  3. Keep adding flowers around the frame until you get to the starting point.

    Dried Hydrangea Wreath
  4. You can use a spray sealer on the flowers to help preserve the them and keep them looking fresh and pretty for as long as possible.

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That's beautiful! My grandpa dries flowers...I'm going to ask him for some hydrangeas!


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