Make a bouquet of Paper Hydrangeas for Mother’s Day

Don’t you think mom would be thrilled with a bouquet of these gorgeous Paper Hydrangeas on Mother’s Day? I am in love with these Paper Hydrangeas and I thought you’d like to see them, too. Hilary at One Young Love made these little lovelies, and she shares an easy-to-follow tutorial so you can make them, too.

Hilary from One Young Love shares a tutorial to make these beautiful Paper Hydrangeas.

Beautiful Paper Hydrangeas from One Young Love.

It couldn’t be easier – paper bags or craft paper, a paper punch, a ball of STYROFOAM™ Brand Foam, and glue are all you need. My mind is turning with how you might change these up, though they are stunning as is. You could stamp on your paper before cutting out the circles, or ink the edges of each circle. Spritz on a little glitter so they shimmer. Or, try using white paper bags or maybe even a paper with a pattern.

A beautiful Mother's Day gift idea from Hilary at One Young Love -- Paper Hydrangeas.

How would you change up these blooms? Or would you display them as is?

I hope you’ll go over and check out Hilary’s tutorial and make a few of these for you or someone else.

I’ll see you tomorrow with a last-minute Mother’s Day craft.

Happy crafting.


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8 Responses to Make a bouquet of Paper Hydrangeas for Mother’s Day

  1. Lou Byrd says:

    the tutorial has expired, do you have a way to repost on your sight? is no longer available.
    Lou Ann

    • Sharon says:

      Hi Lou, I am so sorry! I’m not sure why her domain name has expired, and I hope she renews it soon. Unfortunately, I cannot access her blog and post it here. Perhaps she’ll renew her domain name soon and we can all see this beautiful project again. Sharon

  2. Carrie says:

    Reblogged this on Hooked on Crafting.

  3. I LUV the hydrangeas. While following your tutorial I thought I would try a light spritz of soft
    color on the flowers. I like that you used real tree twigs for the branch. Or, did they look so real but were not? Kathryn

  4. Joan says:

    Thanks for the link to the tutorial. These are beautiful. I have a table topper made with hydrangea fabric and these would be a lovely addition to that table.

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