Hydrangea Wreath
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Hydrangea Wreath

Breathe a bit of spring color into your home with this simple hydrangea wreath.

By Charlene Messerle. Courtesy of Hot Off The Press.

Craft Time: 60+ minutes
Uses Recycled Items: No
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Material List

  • Boston fern
  • Grapevine wreath, 14-inch
  • Grapevine wreath, 3-inch
  • Hydrangeas
  • Leather leaf fern

Project Instructions

Step: 1

To make wire hanger at the wreath top back, insert a 6 inch length of 30-gauge wire into the center top of the wreath. Twist the ends together, forming a loop. Cut each hydrangea head into six 2-3 inch wide sprigs, setting aside the remaining stems for the next step. Glue along the wreath front, alternating colors.

Step: 2

Cut the leaves from the hydrangea stems. Glue curving around the wreath and front edges as shown.

Step: 3

Cut the leather leaf and Boston ferns in half. Glue into the wreath to fill the empty spaces. Bend into curves as shown.

Step: 4

Cut the binding on the 4 inch wreath and cut the vines into 12 inch lengths. Loop each vine over the wreath front as shown and glue each end to the wreath.


This project is from the book Wreaths Sure To Please by Charlene Messerle, published by Hot Off The Press, Inc.