You know the type, thick cut glass that screams quality and looks beautiful filled with hyacinths or tulips in the spring. Come summer however, the flowers are taller, less uniform, and this type of vase sits in the back of the cupboard, or on the kitchen dresser filled with limes for margarita making purposes.
You could fill it with oasis foam and do something in it, but when hydrangeas are bountiful in florists and the garden who needs to be soaking foam? Simply cut the heads so that they sit on the rim. For a more finished look line the vase with leaves of aspidistra or even hydrangea. Don't forget to pop a bit of steri tab in, nobody likes murky water.
Coming up later in the week, interesting ways to decorate napkins using flowers and the like.