Step 3 Place the jars in a cool spot, away from direct sunlight, and leave for about two weeks until the water has evaporated and the flowers are dry and feel papery.
Step 4 Trim each dried hydrangea stem to about 15cm. Angling the stem slightly, use mossing pins to attach it to a florist’s dried flower oasis ring.
Step 5 Positioning the next hydrangea stem at a slightly different angle, arrange the bloom so it covers the previously pinned stem.
Step 6 Using the same method, work your way around the ring, pinning the hydrangea stems in place and making sure your wreath looks full and the ring is concealed. When you’ve almost completely encircled the ring, manipulate the position of the last few blooms to ensure there isn’t a gap between the first and last blooms.