(Last Updated On: January 7, 2017)

What could be more fun, than using silk flowers in a slightly unconventional way? I was given two gorgeous cerise hydrangeas and I couldn’t think what to do with them, until I way a picture of a hydrangea head used in a topiary, and it gave me this idea. It’s a bit wild, and the fern I used (I tweaked the bush, but used it whole) somehow gave the whole thing a woodland feel.  Personally I’m not sure about the gold bow, I think it may be too colorless, but let me know what you think.

Here are the step by step instructions.

 

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