DIY Hydrangea Wreath (so easy, you can make your own!)

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Spring is in the air! Make this pretty DIY Hydrangea wreath for your home today!

Originially published March-2016
Updated 6-2024

white, blue and pink faux hydrangeas, wire wreath

Hey Y’all!! I love spring. All of the flowers blooming, the temps, sunshiny days. (and rain! ha!)
I’m sharing a pretty DIY Hydrangea wreath perfect for spring and summer today. (and super simple to throw together too)

DIY Hydrangea Wreath

pink blue and white hydrangea wreath on mirror

I got all of my supplies at Michael’s. The flowers were 40% off and then I had a coupon for the wire frame.
The following are similar items to what I used available to order online.


MATERIALS LIST For DIY Hydrangea Wreath


That is all you need to make it.
Floral wire, wire wreath and artificial hydrangea flowers.

(Want to see even more of my favorite crafty supplies??? Take a look in my very own curated shop, here!)

H O W   T O:

I started by cutting off the stems of each flower.
Since hydrangeas are so large, I decided to use one for each section you see there.

pink blue and white hydrangeas attaching to wire wreath

I just went around and added the flowers first. (the leaves are just placed to see how they look)

W R A P   S T E M S   W I T H   W I R E:

I cut a length of wire and wrapped the stem that’s left securely to the wire wreath.

the backside of the wire wreath showing how to attach

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wire on the stem up close

A D D  L E A V E S:

Once I had done that all the way around the wreath, I added leaves.

showing how to wire the stem up close

the front of the wreat before adding leaves

I sort of played with them a bit to see where I’d like them. I ended up not using all that I had.
Just place them where you like from the front and turn it over and attach with wire.
It’s that simple!

No hot glue to burn your fingers this time. (or my fingers, I should say)

Here is my DIY Hydrangea Wreath on the front door…

blue pink and white hydrangea wreath on black door

Then I placed it on my large picture window on the porch…

hydrangea wreath hanging on window

And then finally on the mirror in my dining room…

hydrangea wreath hanging on mirror

Yes…that’s where it needs to go!

hydrangea wreath hanging on mirror

Perfect for the colors in this room.

And there’s those “Painted Candlesticks” I shared with y’all earlier this week.

If you want details on how I made the sign below, click here >> “grateful, thankful, blessed sign“.

hydrangea wreath hanging on mirror

I mentioned in my last post that we have a few more things to build and create before I reveal it all.
The whole new look. I’m loving it so far!
As a refresher, here is the post that shows what I’m doing in there >>> dining room.

UPDATE: This room and the other room have changed places…again! hereThe dining room can be found and this room that used to be the “dining” room and is now our “morning” room. You can see it now, here.

PIN it to save it!
(so you can make your very own DIY Hydrangea Wreath too!)

DIY Hydrangea Wreath (only a few supplies needed to make this super simple spring wreath!)

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Now let’s go check out my talented friends’ wreaths…visit them at the links below!

Artsy Chicks Rule / Duke Manor Farm / Restoration Redoux

Our Southern Home / Refresh Restyle / Confessions of a Serial Do-it-Yourselfer

Decor Enthusiast Style - Facebook Group - artsychicksrule

Hope you have a wonderful weekend friends. Get out and enjoy the beautiful weather!

You might also like this DIY spring wreath!

See it here, “Spring Has Sprung” Floral Wreath




    1. Thanks Sandra!! I know, me too! Although it does feel Springy today here today…70s!! I’m more than ready :)

    1. Hi Linda!
      I wrapped the floral wire in and around the green areas of the flower (underneath the petals) and then around the wire frame. I will try to take a photo a little closer to show that and update the post.
      For the leaves, I just wrapped the wire around the stem and wire frame. :)
      And thank you! xo

        1. Oh! Hah, well there are a few photos of the back, close up, now too. ;)
          I have a tiny nail in the top of my mirror (and on my front door, and windows) that I hang it from.
          For the mirror, I used a piece of fishing line and wrapped it around the wire frame and hung it from the nail at the top of the mirror.
          I love using the fishing line since you can’t really see it!

  1. Hi Nancy,
    I love spring and flowers and decided to made the Hydrangea Wreath. Its so pretty have mine hanging on door. I love crafting and working on projects. I have a lot to learn. You inspired me. Love your thrift ship do overs.

    1. Hi Elizabeth,
      Yay, I’m so glad you liked it and made one of your own! That is just wonderful! :) Thank you so much for letting me know. Happy spring to you!! xoxo

  2. Hi, Nancy! Just came across your beautiful wreath idea. I love the hydrangeas and the colors are the ones I’ve been using in my apartment, from towels to pictures on the walls! My favorite flowers (and my birth flower) are carnations. Do you think they would work just as well? I’d need more than 9, of course, but I think they would look beautiful, too. Great idea! Always looking for great wreaths to set my apartment door apart from everyone else’s. Thanks again!

    1. Hey Jenny! I absolutely do not see why not! I think carnations would also be quite lovely. And can’t go wrong with those colors, as you know! ;) It’s going to be beautiful! xo

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