Thursday, April 9, 2015

Spring Hydrangea Wreath


My friend was browsing my blog and came across my 
Burlap Fall Wreath 2013 She wanted to make one just like mine, but with different colors! I offered to make it for her and I think it came out really nice! These were the colors of her wedding flowers, how special is that? 


I looped the burlap ribbon in between each flower.


I added a couple of dried flowers in between the hydrangeas to break it up a little and add more interest and a pop of green!


I love it! It's so fresh and Spring like!




I used the wire cutters to cut the hydrangea stems and the leaves, that way I could add the leaves anywhere I wanted.




It looks lovely on her door! 


               Follow this link for a tutorial on how to achieve this look! Burlap fall wreath '2013'


 Here is the Fall wreath I did in 2013.
Burlap fall wreath '2013'
Just follow the same idea as this one. Remember that there is no right or wrong way of doing this! Just play around until you are happy with it.







Happy Spring!



I thought this gray ribbon worked well with the colors. It was actually part of the packaging wrapped around a blanket that I had bought some time ago and I saved it in case I needed it for something! It worked out perfect!



What you will need:
8 hydrangeas
1 roll of cream burlap ribbon
1 roll of beige burlap ribbon
Cream ribbon
Dried flowers
Gray ribbon
Glue gun
wire cutters
Wire wreath

Thanks for stopping by!

2 comments:

  1. Absolutely beautiful as always, you never let me down with anything you do.
    I never knew there were so many uses for burlap .
    I also love the Autumn wreath, love the colours. Well done Shirley,

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    1. Thank you so much Jean, what a lovely comment! xx

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