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DIY Hydrangea Topiary

This post was sponsored by FloraCraft. I was compensated with product for my participation but, as always, all opinions and ideas are 100% my own.
I am participating in another Crafty Hangouts this month! If you aren’t familiar with Crafty Hangouts, it is a group of bloggers that all use the same product/s supplied by a vendor, come up with creative uses for them, and create video tutorials for you to follow along.
The theme for March is spring and it is sponsored by FloraCraft who sent bloggers several sizes of Styrofoam cones.
 I used one of the smaller cones to create a vintage-style hydrangea topiary.
For details on the flowers and a brief tutorial on how to recreate this look, be sure to watch the video above.
You won’t believe how simple this was to make!
I think this little vintage set up will look perfect in the windowsill of a farmhouse style kitchen!
Be sure to check out all of the creative projects using the FloraCraft cones all week at Crafty Hangouts.

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Karen Marie Kedzuch

Tuesday 18th of March 2014

Michele, Great shot of the hot Spring Trends. Your project just makes me happy like Spring time. Great Job!Karen MarieDragonfly & Lily Pads

Beverly {Flamingo Toes}

Tuesday 18th of March 2014

This is so awesome Michele! I love how springy it is - the flowers look so pretty on the cone!


Monday 17th of March 2014

How pretty! I could use one of these since I can't grow real hydrangeas where I live!

Sharon Currier

Thursday 13th of March 2014

This is so cute, Michele! And such a sweet spring preview. Pinned, and will share a link on FB, too.

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