Easily make your very own DIY Sring Wreath with Hydrangeas to bring beautiful color to your front door in less than 30 minutes.
After searching Pinterest and seeing so many exquisite ideas for ttle Miss and I decided we were most in love with one that would include Hydrangeas, my favorite flower.
This wreath was just as easy to make as the DIY Fall wreath that we made back in September. This is one of those projects that is hard to mess up. We bought our flowers at Hobby Lobby again.
I like to find flowers that look more real and I think Hobby Lobby has a great selection. They are usually on sale very often! These were actually 50% off when we bought them.
Follow this Easy Tutorial
I purchased another grapevine wreath for $2.50 (used the 40% off coupon on that)
Then I simply pushed the flower stems through the vines, spacing them evenly as I added each one. I did not cut the long stems until all of the flowers were on the wreath and looked like I wanted it to.
When all 9 flowers were in place, I clipped the long stems off on the back of the wreath.
To make sure they stay in place, I used my hot glue gun on the front and back of the wreath. I simply added a good amount of glue around the stem so it would adhere to the wreath.
I love how it looks to hang wreaths with a ribbon, so we decided to hang this one with a white ribbon. 🙂 Cut about 3 feet of ribbon and feed it through a bigger piece of the vine.
I’m so in love with how this turned out! 🙂
I would love to see your creations after you make your Spring Wreath!
DIY Spring Wreath with Hydrangeas
- wire cutters
- glue gun and glue sticks
- 1 grapevine wreath
- 9 hydrangea stems any color
- 3 feet ribbon color of choice
- Push the flower stems through the vine wreath, spacing them evenly as I added each one.
- Once flowers are spacing to your liking, clip the stems flush with the wreath.
- To make sure they stay in place, add a good amount of hot glue around the stem on the front and back of the wreath so it would adhere to the wreath.
- Feed ribbon through the top of wreath and tie in a bow to hang on front door.
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Hobby Lobby doesn’t accept 40% off promo codes anymore.
I am so sad about that 🙁
Like all you show especially how to make wreaths for all occasions
I love hydrangeas! They don’t grow really well here, so I hae to settle for the fake ones. This is beautiful. Thank you for joining at Snickerdoodle. Hope to see you tomorrow.
I should make a wreath for our porch. It’s looking sad with the drought. It’d be nice to brighten up the area a bit. I love hydrangeas. Your wreaths turned out pretty!
These are so beautiful! I love hydrangea wreaths. Thanks for sharing how to make them!
Beautiful, thanks for sharing with Hearth and soul blog hop. pinning.
Julie - Being Home
Very beautiful! I really need to make a hydrangea wreath. I love those flowers!
Have a lovely week! 🙂
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I love it! And it looks so easy to make. Great job!
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Mirlandra @ Mirlandra's Kitchen
This is beautiful! I love hydrangeas. I have wanted more wreaths for different seasons but thought they would be very hard to make. I’m pining this idea so I can make one. It is easy enough for me!
I love that you varied the colors too. So pretty! I think I’ll make one!
Your wreath turned out pretty good!I really liked the colours of hydragnea. I’m also planning to post about a wreath I’ve made from leftovers (from felt,ribbons,etc) but I like most the natural ones.
Thanks so much for sharing! What a beautiful wreath! You make it look so easy. Love Hydrangea!!! Visiting from Titus Tuesday Link-Up.
This is really pretty. I love hydrangeas. I don’t make many wreaths but I may have to try this one. Thanks.
I love these kind of easy DIYs. I’m planning to make a wreath too for spring, but it’s much more involved. I’ve been procrastinating big time because of the time and effort it’ll take. You’ve got the right idea lol. Quick, easy, and cute!
(Vising from The Gathering Spot)
I love hydrangeas! Beautiful!
Wow, I love how simple this looks to make. I am not very crafty and I think I can do this. Hydrangeas are my favorite so this is awesome.