You’ve seen them on Pinterest and in magazines… Moss wreaths are a simple DIY project that you can do at home for less than $20. These wreaths add a fresh touch to any space and make a simple, clean statement.
I’ve got good news and good news… Today I am going to show you step by step how to make one of these AND I am going to be giving it away! Simply comment on this post and tell me what content you would like to see more of on my blog. I want to hear from you! The winner will be randomly selected by random.org.
2 bags of reindeer moss
hot glue gun and three glue sticks
foam wreath ring
Ribbon (got this great ribbon and foam ring at Wolfe Florist)
Hot glue the inside of the ring first in small sections
Press the moss in the glued area. Try not to burn yourself… I did twice.
Move to the front and then the sides
I did not do the back because I ran out of moss, I don’t think it’s necessary to do
Without the ribbon, this wreath would make a cute centerpiece. Add fruit to the center (or tomatoes bc that is all I had)
You can do a bow or just a simple strand. I hot glued the ends of the ribbon together.
And here is the finished product!
You could also add some birdies to the wreath. These are concrete birds I sell for $6.
This wreath is easy to put togehter and makes a great gift, or simple everyday decor, or even use a different color ribbon and call it a holiday wreath!
Don’t forget if you want a chance to win this, post a comment!