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A little bird tweeted this picture to me a couple of weeks ago, and I had to splice it here. How gorgeous is this? And if they dry properly {as in not all stupid droopy} they will keep so beautifully. The front door on my future house better watch out. It's going to get it good.


Well I don't mind if I do. Thanks for the heads up Livlig! I took it further and googled some more hydrangea wreathes. Phwoar. Are they ever delicious.

7 comments:

  1. What a gorgeous idea! Dunno how long it would last without being nicked around here though : )

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  2. I love it. Not sure if you know the tip about hairspraying dried flowers too, to seal them in and make them less crumbly :)
    If only you could do things like this with ranunculus - my faves.

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  3. Same here Marie. Not that I don't trust my neighbors, I just wouldn't leave anything in our communal hallway.

    I must try the hairspray thing! Thanks Mel. Although, I don't reach that point. My hydrangeas droop and borderline rot whilst I'm trying to dry them, so I need to succeed first in actually drying them properly.

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  4. Alex, I have always loved hydrangeas but you make me love them even more. I enjoy seeing them all over your blog!!

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  5. Mmm, the feeling is mutual. I think I need to step-up my level of hydrangea posting so as to keep up with my name.

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  6. ..you can never have enough hydrangeas!

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  7. True dat.
    I can't wait for spring so I can smother some!

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