Hydrangea Fall Wreath

Happy First Day of Fall!!
Hydrangea Wreath
 I started my Fall decorating with this DIY Hydrangea Wreath…
I was inspired by this beautiful wreath I saw on Pinterest.
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I used a wire wreath form and some faux hydrangeas in muted fall colours…
I found that the hydrangeas did not fill the wreath as much as I liked so I add a burlap ribbon.

I am pretty happy with the result…

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The rest of the front porch will have to wait until next week.
Meanwhile here is a sneak peek at the Fall decor inside my home…
Cinnamon DIY candle
Hoping to post more photos later in the week…
Thanks for coming by,
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26 thoughts on “Hydrangea Fall Wreath”

  • Thanks Carol. I love hydrangeas as well. I have had the wreath for a few years now and it still looks great.

  • I love hydrangeas, and I really like the fall colors that you chose for your hydrangea wreath. The addition of the wide burlap ribbon really sets it off, too. The wreath makes a gentle, muted statement for fall.
    Carol (“Mimi”) from Home with Mimi

  • Sorry to hear about that. I have some candles that always melt down the sides. The candle I used with the cinnamon sticks is a more solid candle that only melts on the inside. They are more expensive candles but worth it. I also keep all candles on a plate or stand.
    Thanks for the comment.

  • Hi Jillian, I would be honored to be included in your post. The first wreath on this post is not mine, I have included the source under it. The other photos are of the wreath I made. It would be great if you could share it on your post. Feel free to share anything from my blogs.Can’t wait to see your blog.

    Thanks,

    Margaret

  • My name is Jillian Tohber Leslie and I am the founder of Catch My Party (http://catchmyparty.com/). I’ve recently begun blogging about parties and party planning for Spoonful (http://www.spoonful.com), the Disney family website.
    I’m putting together a post for Spoonful on Fall Wreaths and I was wondering if I can include a photo from this post in my post. I will of course link back to your blog. Spoonful is a super popular site, so it’s a great way to gain increased exposure.
    Let me know what you think. If you’re okay with it, I’ll email you once the post is up on Spoonful so you can check it out and share it with your friends.
    Best,
    Jillian

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