Easy Fall Hydrangea Wreath

Easy Fall Hydrangea Wreath | anightowlblog.com

Hi friends! Can you believe that Summer is coming to an end? It just flew by…much like the rest of this year, right? And now we’re heading into Fall and it’s time to switch out all the bright cheery colors of the Summer months and bring in the warm and rich colors of Autumn. And the easiest way to kick that off? The wreath. So today I’ve teamed up with some dear blog friends to bring you a BUNCH of Fall wreaths to bring you inspiration – the Fall Wreath Blog Hop! And my contribution today is an Easy Fall Hydrangea Wreath. You’ll be shocked at just how easy it is, so be sure to stick around to the end. Here’s what is in store for today…

Fall Wreath Hop
Fall Wreath Blog Hop
Be sure to click on each link below to get all the tips from each blogger!
Wheat and Burlap Fall Wreath via Clean and Scentsible
Chevron and Posie Fall Wreath via Nest of Posies
Fall Hedgehog Wreath via Bombshell Bling
Fall Bittersweet Wreath via The Lily Pad Cottage
Fall Burlap and Plaid Wreath via A Glimpse Inside
Easy Fall Hydrangea Wreath via A Night Owl Blog
Burlap Flower Cone via Sweet C’s Designs
So much Fall inspiration, right? I love that we have options for styles and tastes across the board. If you’re here to check out how I created our Easy Fall Hydrangea Wreath, let’s get started!

What you’ll need:

  • Floral craft ring
  • Hydrangea stems (numbering the number of holes in your floral craft ring)
  • Wire cutters
  • Burlap ribbon
  • Drill (as needed)

Easy Fall Hydrangea Wreath | anightowlblog.com

And the steps:

  1. Snip your hydrangea stems off about an inch and a half below the flower using your wire cutters.
  2. Then take a look at the stem width compared to your floral craft ring. For our ring the holes were not quite large enough for the stems to feed through, so we simply took a drill with a bit matching the width of the hydrangea stem to widen the holes a bit. Easy peasy.
  3. Then feed your hydragea stems through the holes in the floral and bend down to hold in place.
  4. Repeat this steps to fill every hole in the floral craft ring with hydrangea stems, alternating colors if using more than one!

Easy Fall Hydrangea Wreath | anightowlblog.com

Then loop that ring of hydrangea goodness with a large burlap ribbon and you’re all set! A truly Easy Fall Hydrangea Wreath.

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This wreath literally took minutes to create. No glue, no hours of wrapping – my kind of wreath! And I think it looks just as nice as so many crazy expensive hydrangea wreaths you can find out there. And trust me, this is one you can recreate too! With the flatness of the floral craft ring in the back, the wreath lays against the door just perfectly too.

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Comments

  1. says

    I found this wreath on Pinterest and knew it had to be this years fall wreath! Thanks for sharing! Then when I dug into your blog a bit more I discovered you’re a PM, just like me. :) I love lists and list-making too, but also love to create. Looking forward to reading more from you.

    • says

      Great question, Megan! If you have a wood door, simply tack the burlap to the top of the door and that should do the trick! If you have a metal door, you could try a magnetic hanger or even tape the ribbon to the top and back of your door!

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  1. […] Fall Bittersweet Wreath via The Lily Pad Cottage Fall Burlap and Plaid Wreath via A Glimpse Inside Easy Fall Hydrangea Wreath via A Night Owl Blog Burlap Flower Cone via Sweet C’s DesignsAmazing, huh?  Be sure to visit […]

  2. […] Fall Bittersweet Wreath via The Lily Pad Cottage Fall Burlap and Plaid Wreath via A Glimpse Inside Easy Fall Hydrangea Wreath via A Night Owl Blog Burlap Flower Cone via Sweet C’s […]

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