DIY Spring Moss Wreath Tutorial May 14, 2018 – Posted in: crafts, home decorating, no-sew, spring, tutorial, wreath
It is not too often that I actually make something for myself. I actually do not have a great place to display this wreath, but I made it anyway and I really love it!
I had some foam wreath forms a friend had given to me a long time ago and I just hadn’t found a use for them. Recently, I was browsing Pinterest and saw some cute moss wreaths I thought I could make. For myself! Ha!
The wreath form was free, but they do carry slightly smaller ones at the Dollar Tree. I also got a bag of moss at the Dollar Tree. The flowers came from Michaels. I actually wanted coral ones, but there was a sweet older lady who asked my 12yo which flowers she recommended (I guess we have similar taste, my daughter and I) so I found something else. Anyway, this was a really cheap project!
So, gather all of your supplies…
A ribbon to hang would be helpful and is not shown. You also need hot glue sticks, a glue gun, toothpicks, and green floral tape.
Now, the moss part was a mess. I made this on my kitchen counter, but anticipate snibbles of moss everywhere!
Just take small bunches of moss and hot glue them onto the wreath form. It takes quite a few sticks of hot glue. Check for any thin spots and add more as needed.
It is actually still pretty cute plain!
Next, add the flowers. Cut them apart and lay them on the wreath until you get an arrangement you are happy with. My flowers had enough stem to poke into the wreath but I added some hot glue around the bottom of the flower just in case. Attach the leaves to toothpicks using hot glue and green floral tape. Stick them into the wreath as well.
Pretty easy, right? Hot gluing the moss is a little messy and tedious, but I priced similar wreaths at $30. The moss sheds a little, so I don’t want to hang it on a door that is opened and closed a lot, but on a wall it is pretty!
If you want to pin it for later…
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