Hydrangeas are ready to be dried between August and October! When these blooms are properly preserved they can last a year or more. And it’s so so easy to dry them! Even if you don’t have a hydrangea bush you will love today’s post!
Today is HOME STYLE SATURDAY. Did you know that I have well over 3,000 posts on StoneGable? They have such great and informative content for you.
And so do these wonderful blogging friends I’m with today. So we are updating images and bringing you more up to date content. It really is the best of the best!
Thanks, as always, to Lory at Designthusiam for organizing us this week!
I’m sharing HOW TO DRY HYDRANGEAS THE EASY WAY this week! Even if you don’t own a hydrangea bush you will want to read this post. It is filled with such pretty and inspiring pictures!
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