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Making a Blue Hydrangea Christmas Wreath


Using natural ingredients in soft blues and greens to create more subtle Christmas decorations. Hydrangea aspera is gathered from the garden and dried in autumn, ready for use as a dried flower stem or wreath ingredient come Christmas.


Season:
Winter


Location:
UK


Credits:
GAP Photos/Jacky Hobbs


Feature No:   4090 

Qty of Images:    16 

 
  
  
 
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Synopsis
This easy to make , low cost wreath uses trimmings from the Christmas tree wired to a wring ring which is then decorated with blue–hued stems of eucalyptus, dried blue eryngium flower heads and pompoms of dried hydrangeas, silver or blue glass decorations are an additional option. You can use the wreath as a door, interior or table decoration and display surplus ingredients in a rustic basket to complement the décor.

 

 

 
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