Tools and Materials
Bunch of hydrangeas
Decorative paper or fabric
Glass, cut slightly smaller than tray size
Hydrangea Tray How-To
1. Clip floret and leaves off a hydrangea bloom.
2. Place floret and leaves between two pieces of parchment paper; place floret and parchment in the pages of a phone book. Repeat with remaining florets and leaves. Let florets and leaves sit until they are dry, or until any moisture is gone, about a week.
3. Line the bottom of the tray with decorative paper or fabric and place dried hydrangeas and leaves on tray.
4. Cover dried hydrangeas and leaves with the glass.
You can purchase small trays like the one used in this craft from globaltable.com. Note: You can also purchase glass and tray kits at crafts stores.