The hydrangeas are often chosen for their flowers during summer season. But the colors they take in autumn are beautiful. Cut at the right time you can put them around the house to make you a most splendid autumn décor. Either in a vase without water or make a wreath.
That is exactly what we are proposing here. Here's what you'll need.
Grapevine wreath base, about 10 inches;
Stem of hydrangeas about a dozen large flowers;
And dozen of smaller flowers.
Cut the stem to a size of about 4 inches and remove all the leaves.
Insert the stems into the grapevine. Larger flowers on the outside of the wreath, smaller flowers on the front.
Let your wreath dry and it will look gorgeous all autumn season and even for winter with a more bohemian look with beautiful shades of brown.