I enjoy transitioning into fall slowly with lots of natural decor items like dried hydrangeas. Late summer is the perfect time to start drying hydrangeas. Have you ever dried your own? It is so easy to do but takes a few weeks. Click here: How to Dry Hydrangeas for the tutorial. Once you dry the papery blooms, you might wonder how to use them. Today I’m excited to share Easy Fall Decorating Ideas with Dried Hydrangeas. They are so versatile and are perfect for fall decor or transitioning out of summer into fall.
Easy Fall Decorating Ideas with Dried Hydrangeas
Dried Hydrangeas in Vases
It doesn’t get any easier than this! No water needed also!
Dried Hydrangea Wreaths
This Burlap Canvas and Hydrangea Wreath by Craftberry Bush is beautiful and easy to make. Check out her tutorial.
Use soft and pretty dried hydrangeas to create these Romantic Fall Mantel Decorations by Songbird.
My little sister is a master at decorating with dried hydrangeas! Be sure to check out her gorgeous Fall Porch Decorating Ideas using dried hydrangeas!
Dried Hydrangea Wreath Tutorial by Daisy Mae Belle. You all have to check out her Etsy store! She makes the most amazing wreaths ever!
Dried Hydrangea Centerpieces
White Pumpkin and Dried Hydrangea Centerpiece – I think this was one of my most favorite fall centerpieces ever. I used white pumpkins, blue and green dried hydrangeas, chaste berry stems, and river birch bark, all from our backyard.
Hydrangea & White Pumpkin Fall Centerpiece
Fill a dough bowl with dried hydrangeas and pumpkins for a gorgeous fall centerpiece! ~ Tidbits & Twine (check out her fall tour!)
Dried Hydrangea & Seeded Eucalyptus Centerpiece by Hearth & Vine. Seeded eucalyptus adds such nice texture when paired with the hydrangeas.
This dried limelight hydrangea basket is stunning don’t you think? ~ by Hearth & Vine
Wood Trough & Dried Hydrangea Centerpiece by Pretty Handy Girl. Wood troughs filled with flowers are always a winning combination!
Dried Hydrangea Fall Vignette by The Honeycomb Home. How cute are these? Click the link to see how she made them!
Aren’t all the easy fall decorating ideas with dried hydrangeas just gorgeous? I hope you try drying some and use them in your fall decor this year!
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