I adore winter! It’s one of my four favorite seasons!
I am however, ready to think ahead to spring. Looking for some table decor which would make the transition from winter to spring, I came across this delightful hydrangea arrangement.
$49.50!?! Yes. You read that right. Immediately my evil little mind went to work, trying to think how I could steal this idea from Pottery Barn for much less.
Turning to the Dollar Tree, I bought a small glass jar and several hydrangea sprigs.
Small round short vase
I traced the top of my vase on this applesauce box, and then cut it a little smaller than that diameter so it would fit tightly a few centimeters inside the glass container.
I sent the kids out to get a branch from the yard and broke off tiny sticks from it.
Then I cut them all to the same lengths and glued them together once I made a roundish bundle.
I cut off most of the stems of the hydrangeas and bent what was left at almost 90° angles. I glued these to the cardboard, bending them as needed until they looked good enough.
Making sure the stick bundle would fit, I glued it to the opposite side of the cardboard circle as the hydrangeas.
There you have it! A Pottery Barn DIY at 1/7th of the price!
Where would you put a cute flower arrangement in your house?