Do-It-Yourself: Dried Hydrangea Vase Arrangements

Bring the beauty of your hydrangeas indoors with dried hydrangea décor. Create this arrangement in minutes and get ready to adorn any corner of your house that needs an extra *pop*.

Let’s get started!

Step 1: Round up your supplies Supplies you’ll need:
  • A vase – we prefer translucent so you’re able to see what’s inside.
  • 3-6 pinecones, depending on the size of your vase
  • 5-6 dried hydrangeas
  • 1 roll of twine or raffia
Step 2: Fill the vase Instructions
Carefully stack the pine cones on top of one another, leaving about an inch or two from the top of the vase.

Step 3: Tie raffia Instructions
Cut 12-24” of your preferred raffia and wrap around the vase, leaving about 7” on each side to secure a bow.

Step 4: Adorn with dried hydrangeas And voila!

What are you planning to create this fall with your dried hydrangeas? Submit your photos to the Endless Summer® Facebook page or share them on Instagram using #EndlessSummerHydrangeas.

For more dried hydrangea projects, click here.

Do-It-Yourself: Dried Hydrangea Urn Arrangements

Enjoy the beauty Endless Summer® hydrangeas bring all year long, regardless of season, with this dried hydrangea urn arrangement – it’s as easy as 1, 2, 3.

Let’s get started!

Step 1: Round up your supplies Hydrangea-Urn-Supplies Supplies you'll need:

  • Small to medium size container, urn or vase
  • 1 piece floral foam
  • 4-5 dried hydrangeas
  • 1 bunch of red-twig dogwood (we like to use Firedance Dogwood)

Step 2: Trim & Fill Hydrangea-Urn-Assembly Instructions:
Carefully cut back unnecessary length from the hydrangea stem using a pair of gardening shears so that the bloom rests on the side of the container. Insert into dry floral foam to secure in place. Continue until you’ve place all of your hydrangea stems into the floral foam, grouping blooms tightly together for a full look.

Step 3: Insert Dogwood DogWood-Urn Tip
We spray painted a few stems of Firedance Dogwood silver for an even more festive touch.

And you’re done!

What are you planning to create this fall with your dried hydrangeas? Submit your photos to the Endless Summer® Facebook page or share them on Instagram using #EndlessSummerHydrangeas.

For more dried hydrangea projects, click here.