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Oops, I did it again. There’s a new wreath on my front door! The warmer weather begged me to greet my guests with a pop of color. Don’t mind if I do! Here’s how to replicate this Rustic Burlap and Hydrangea Wreath for your own front door:
You will use a grapevine wreath (find it here) for this project. I love the rustic, slightly undone look of these wreaths, with the branches barely held together. Hydrangeas are enchanting, aren’t they? I opted for a bright purple color.
Use burlap ribbon (you can buy it here) to create your own bow. For my fellow bow-making beginners, here is an easy burlap bow tutorial from Mommy Suite. She used a thinner burlap ribbon (2.5″) in her tutorial. With a large wreath, I chose a wider burlap ribbon (4″) to create a more substantial bow. It was a little challenging and I used a lot of hot glue. Be sure to have plenty of hot glue sticks nearby!
I love how the bow turned out. Any guesses on how I attached it to the wreath? That’s right – more hot glue! I might have gone overboard with the glue. This thing isn’t going anywhere! I then slid the stems of the purple hydrangea (click here to buy) through the wreath and secured them by twisting the ends. If you’re so inclined, you could probably use more hot glue here, too. 😉
Which color will you showcase on your rustic hydrangea wreath?