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Stunning Hydrangea Tissue Paper Flowers

Hydrangeas are flowers with just gorgeous blooms, and now you can replicate them! Make the Stunning Hydrangea Tissue Paper Flowers. These beautiful tissue paper flowers will make a lovely piece of DIY home decor when finished! Create several hydrangea blooms and place them in a vase for a centerpiece that will never wilt. Though this project will take longer than your average paper flower, the finished results are utterly amazing. You are sure to impress any visitors when they find out you made your hydrangeas yourself!

Stunning Hydrangea Tissue Paper Flowers
Stunning Hydrangea Tissue Paper Flowers
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Estimated Cost: Under $10

Time to complete: Under an hour

Primary Technique: Painting


Type of Paper Used: Tissue Paper


If you like these flowers, you'll love the full projects found in our FREE eBook, How to Make Paper Flowers: 8 Pretty Paper Flower Tutorials.


All About Hydrangeas

These tissue paper flowers look so natural! Now you can have beautiful flowers in your home year-round, even if you don't live in one of the few  regions that hydrangeas natively grow: southern and eastern Asia and the Americas. Hydrangeas are a collection of large, bright flower heads and grow in many different colors such as pink, white, and blue. They usually bloom in the summer and fall months. They tend to thrive in porous and damp soils with plenty of sunlight but can also bloom in areas that are somewhat shaded.

Do you have hydrangeas that grow in your yard? Did you know that you can manipulate the color that they grow in? A hydrangea's color is dependent on the acidity of the soil that they are planted in. If there are higher levels of aluminum in the soil, the hydrangea will be blue. If there is less aluminum, the hydrangeas will be pink. How cool!


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Hydrangea are one of my very favorite flowers. Their beauty and fullness is unmatched. These would look beautiful as a centerpiece for any type of special party.

These would be beautiful decorations for a wedding or a party!

Spring is here! And with it, so are spring crafts ) I can't wait to make these and use them as a center piece.


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