April 5, 2016

Make an Easy Hydrangea Wreath

Good Morning!

Today I'd like to share with you how I made the pretty Hydrangea wreath that many of you noticed in my Black and White Dinning Room Tour.

I received so many comments and questions about it I thought a video tutorial would be a great away to answer questions and show you just how easy it would be for you to make your own!

A wreath like this has been on my to-do list for ages and with spring-like weather just around the corner here in Minnesota I thought it was high time to tackle it.

So glad I did!

The wreath turned out so full and pretty I couldn't be more happy with it.

Plus I think it looks amazing hanging over my new chalkboard.

To make your own you'll only need a few basic supplies like a grapevine wreath, wire cutters, some silk hydrangea flowers and possibly a glue gun and glue stick (to be honest, I only needed to use the glue twice on the whole wreath)

Before you start gathering up your supplies, watch the handy-dandy video tutorial below to see all the details of how I made my wreath . . . Enjoy!

Hope you all have a fantastic day and I'll talk with you later,


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  1. Wow you made such a beautiful spring wreath! I liked the video! I'm visiting from cozy little house blog party. Thanks for sharing this.

  2. Robin, you did a fabulous job making this video!!! And the wreath!!! You've inspired me, I want to make one using your tutorial. Question: what size wreath form did you use? Yours is really beautiful against the black chalkboard!!!


    1. Update: my friend and I are getting together next week to follow your tutorial and each of us make one!!!


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