Moss Covered Wreath
I don’t know about you but I just love wreaths. I have one for practically every occasion, holiday and season. I really love this beautiful moss covered wreath because of the rich colors and outdoorsy feel to it. This DIY will take some time to make (1-2 hours to be exact)but it is so worth it AND it works perfectly for Spring and Summer 🙂 Interested in making one of your own, follow these easy steps!
- Foam wreath
- Moss Sheet
- Faux Flowers and Butterflies
- Roll of Twine or Yarn
- Roll of Burlap
- Glue Gun
Step 1: Cut 1 inch or 1.5 inch strips from your sheet of moss. Use your glue gun to wrap them all around your foam wreath until completely covered.
Step 2: Figure out where you want to place your Faux Flowers and attach them on to your wreath using your hot glue gun. I chose to place mine on the left hand side of my wreath.
Step 3: Use your twine to spell out any word you would like on your wreath. Since I was hanging my wreath on my front door I chose to spell out “Welcome”. As you spell out your word with twine or yarn, be sure to keep your letters in place by dabbing on some glue use your hot glue gun to dab some glue to keep the twine in place, usually at the beginning, middle and end of each letter.
Step 4: Make a simple Bow using your roll of burlap and attach to the top of your wreath. Be sure to use enough hot glue so that it does not fall off.
That’s basically it 🙂 Hey maybe instead of flowers, you can make an Easter wreath instead and attach pastel colored Easter eggs. Spell out the word Easter or Spring instead of Welcome. Burlap fabric comes in all sorts of colors now too so maybe do a mint green, lavender or light pink bow!
Hope you enjoyed this DIY. Let us know what you think of it or if you have an idea for a DIY that you’d like us to try.
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P.S. This wreath is available for purchase by clicking here.