Hydrangea Door Wreath

Last Updated on September 5, 2022 by Ellen Christian

Make this hydrangea door wreath from faux flowers and add a bit of elegance to your front door. This is one of my favorite summer wreaths.

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Make this hydrangea door wreath from faux flowers and add a bit of elegance to your front door. This is one of my favorite summer wreaths.

Hydrangea Door Wreath

This hydrangea wreath is made of flowers and greenery. Welcome your guests to your home by adding a wreath.

I used a grapevine base for the hydrangea wreath because it’s what Dollar Tree had. But you can use another wreath base if you prefer.

Change up the colors of the hydrangea to personalize your wreath or match it to the color of your house. Give it a pop of color by using several different colors.

Make this hydrangea door wreath from faux flowers and add a bit of elegance to your front door. This is one of my favorite summer wreaths.

What does a wreath on the front door mean?

A wreath is a circular garland of flowers, leaves, and other greenery. Wreaths are often used as decorations for homes, offices, and churches. They are also used to symbolize different things, such as peace or victory.

Hanging a wreath on the front door dates back to ancient times. Wreaths were often used as decorations in homes and public places.

Nowadays, wreaths are still used as decorations, but they can also represent different things, such as an individual’s interests or a family’s heritage. Hydrangeas symbolize love, caring, and sympathy.

supplies to make a wreath

Where can I find faux flowers?

These were at Dollar Tree, but you can probably find them at any craft store. Or check Amazon. You may need to use a different color.

I think hydrangeas add a touch of elegance to your home. But, you can make wreaths using any type of plastic flower.

What season should I use a hydrangea wreath?

One of the reasons I love this wreath is that it works for so many different seasons. You can use it for spring, summer, or even fall.

  • For early spring, make a pink or white hydrangea wreath.
  • A blue hydrangea wreath is gorgeous during the summer months.
  • An autumn hydrangea wreath looks best in salmon and gold.

a white lace bow on a wreath

Dollar Tree Hydrangea Wreath supplies

Check out your local craft store or Amazon if you can’t find this at Dollar Tree. Add other things to show off your sense of style.

close up of pink and mauve flowers

How to make a Hydrangea wreath

You can use this wreath as inspiration for your own.

  • Start by adding the premade bow first. If you have a twist tie on yours, you can use that. Otherwise, use your hot glue gun.
  • Then using the wire cutters, cut all of the hydrangea bunches, eucalyptus or greenery, and spikey blooms from Dollar Tree.

pink flowers on a grapevine wreath

  • Leave a few inches so it can be woven into the grapevines. If you want a more permanent look, use hot glue to secure the flowers.

attaching greenery to a wreath

  • To add the garden gate sign, remove the burlap ribbon piece from the back, weave it through the grapevine, and then hot glue the ribbon back to the sign.

garden gate wooden sign on a wreath

  • If you cannot locate a garden gate sign, you can use one that says welcome.

Where can I find the best deals on craft supplies?

I usually check out the end-of-season sales at my favorite craft stores. I love to shop the clearance aisles and often see greens and plastic flowers I can stock up for next year. You can’t go wrong for the price on a clearance item.

If you enjoy making wreaths, having extras on hand will make it easier to create something new.

How to hang wreaths

Use command strips or adhesive hooks if you have a metal or glass storm door. If it is wood, you can use screws or nails. Be sure to use something that won’t damage it.

To prolong the life of your wreaths, it’s best to keep them out of direct sunlight and away from the weather.

Make this hydrangea door wreath from faux flowers and add a bit of elegance to your front door. This is one of my favorite summer wreaths.

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Hydrangea Door Wreath

Make this hydrangea door wreath from faux flowers and add a bit of elegance to your front door. This is one of my favorite summer wreaths.

Make this hydrangea door wreath from faux flowers and add a bit of elegance to your front door. This is one of my favorite summer wreaths.

Prep Time 15 minutes
Active Time 30 minutes
Total Time 45 minutes
Difficulty moderate
Estimated Cost $15.00

Materials

  • 18 inch grapevine wreath (joann’s with a coupon)
  • 2 bunches of the pale pink and 2 bunches of the mauve hydrangea bunches from Dollar Tree
  • Dollar Tree Eucalyptus
  • Dollar Tree spikey flowers
  • Pre Made Bow (mine was from the wedding section at Hobby Lobby)
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Garden sign from Dollar Tree
  • Wire Cutters

Tools

  • wire cutters

Instructions

  1. Start by adding the premade bow first. If it has a twist tie, you can use that. Otherwise, use a hot glue gun.
  2. Then using the wire cutters, cut all of the hydrangea bunches, eucalyptus, and spikey flowers. Leave a few inches so that it can be woven into the grapevines. If you want a more permanent look, use hot glue to secure the flowers.
  3. To add the garden gate sign, weave it through the grapevine, and then hot glued the ribbon back to the sign,

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