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Hydrangea DIY Spring Wreath

By: Linda from
Hydrangea DIY Spring Wreath
Hydrangea DIY Spring Wreath
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Get your front door ready for spring with these spring wreath ideas! The Hydrangea DIY Spring Wreath makes the front of your house look cheerful and inviting on a chilly day. Pick up some faux hydrangeas, green floral wire, and a twig form at your local craft store to make your own spring wreath. Use hydrangeas in soft pastel colors to give it a light, spring feel. You can experiment with the blooms and leaves on your wreath to see which color pattern works best. Add a bright ribbon to hang your DIY flower craft on the front door. 

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsSilk Flowers

Primary TechniqueFlorals/Wreaths



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This is so lovely! It msk d he perfect spring wreath. Hydrangeas are large flowers so you won't need many to create a bulky wreath. I have s friend you loved these so much she would jump into your garden just to take a photo and then leave a note behind saying she was there. This will definitely please her.

I love Hydrangea flowers. They are beautiful to look at and smell Amazing.I know it is Spring when I smell them. Why have I not made a wreath out of silk ones I do not know. This is so easy and I love that you did not use glue because it can get messy. Can you add smell to it? Anyone know where I can find Hydrangea smell? Thanks.


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