St. Patrick's Day Hydrangea Wreath

St. Patrick's Day Hydrangea Wreath

What You'll Need:

18" Grapevine Wreath
Spring Longstem Hydrangea (White)
Spring Longstem Hydrangea (Mint Green)
Short Curt Paint (Color: Leaf)
Polysatin Ribbon (Green)
Hot Temp Glue Gun-Glue Stick Size 7/16 Inch
Wire Cutter
Hot Melt Extra Strength High Temp Glue Sticks
22 Gauge Black Wire

Courtesy of EnWreathed
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Approximate Time: 1 Hour

How to Make a St. Patrick's Day Hydrangea Wreath

Happy St. Patrick's Day! Celebrate the festive holiday and craft a St. Patrick's Day Hydrangea Wreath, courtesy of EnWreathed! Full of seasonal whites and greens, this wreath will be the perfect addition to your indoor or outoor display. Who knows...It may even bring you a little bit of luck!
  • 1 Protect work area

    Protect work area. The grapevine wreath will shed and hot glue may drip. Plug in glue gun to allow unit to heat and be available to use in the following steps.

  • 2 Paint Hydrangea flower tops

    Carefully spray the 3 White Hydrangea flower tops with green paint and allow to dry completely. Leaves do not need painted.

  • 3 Cut Hydrangea stems

    Using wire cutters, carefully cut Hydrangea step approximately 2-3 inches from the flower base. Stem is wired so extra pressure may be necessary to cut through. Continue to cut all 9 flower stems. Cut all 18 leaves from stem and set aside-these will be used later in wreath as accents.

  • 4 Add stem and buds to wreath

    Using glue gun, apply hot glue to bottom section of Hydrangea stem and quickly insert into the grapevine wreath. Continue to glue Hydrangea buds next to each other avoiding gaps. Alternate colors: Mint, Dark Green and White.

  • 5 Add leaves to wreath

    Apply hot glue to leaf base and insert into empty spaces on the grapevine wreath. The leaves can be nestled alongside the Hydrangea buds.


  • 6 Example

    The wreath should look like the below example.

  • 7 Add ribbon to wreath

    Cut approximately 1 yard of green ribbon from spool and loop around the grapevine wreath and in between flowers. Hand tie a bow or use a Bowdabra® to finish the complete look.