I was back in Vermont for a few days this week, where our limelight hydrangeas were fading into such gorgeous autumn colors. I decided to cut a large bunch of them to bring back to Maine with me. Then I remembered this old crate that I bought a few years ago thrifting. Combined, they would make such a fun fall piece, as well as a great way to transport a bunch of fresh-cut fall hydrangeas on a little road trip.
I gathered as many fall hydrangeas as I could fit into this old crate into our farmhouse sink to arrange.
Then I simply styled the fall hydrangeas into this old United Farmer’s, Dairy Products crate. What do you think? All ready to transport back to Maine! Super simple.
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