Last year I saw hydrangea wreaths to buy at the Burford Garden Company and wanted to make one myself but couldn’t ever find the right hydrangeas to use (I think I was probably too late in the season by October). So this year when I was at my local flower stall at the end of August and spotted the English “everlasting” hydrangeas I had to snap them up. With the husband away for the August Bank Holiday weekend I set about making my first hydrangea wreath at nap time (not mine, I must add, unfortunately!) The technique to make the wreath is a bit different to others I’ve made on either a moss or oasis base, and that’s because it’s designed to be a dried wreath. But it’s very straight forward so it’s worth giving it a go, especially as the finished product is very forgiving. If you’re interested then please keep reading and let me know if you’ve got any questions.