Make an easy DIY peel-and-stick preserved moss wreath that works from spring through summer in the home! Did you ever try self-stick moss? It’s amazing and saves so much time!
Do you love easy quick projects? This wreath takes 15 minutes.
I love using moss for spring. In my opinion, moss is the epitome of the spring season beginning. I use reindeer moss often too to add accents to other wreaths I have made.
Think about adding moss around plants, succulent cuttings, or in the corner of a picture frame with a bird’s nest. Also, adding a Robbins egg inside says warmer seasons are on their way too.
Before sharing this moss wreath let me answer a couple of questions.
What Are The Advantages Of Peel And Stick Moss?
Peel and stick moss, also known as adhesive moss or moss panels, offer several advantages over traditional moss installations. Here are some of the benefits:
- Easy to install: Peel and stick moss is very easy to install, and it requires no special tools or skills. All you need to do is peel off the adhesive backing and stick the moss panel to your desired surface.
- Versatile: Peel and stick moss can be used in a variety of applications, from accent walls and room dividers to outdoor signage and retail displays. It can be cut to any size or shape, making it a versatile option for any project.
- Sustainable: Adhesive moss is typically made from real moss that has been preserved using eco-friendly methods. This means that you can enjoy the beauty of nature without harming the environment.
Overall, peel-and-stick moss is a convenient, low-maintenance, and sustainable way to add a touch of greenery to any space.
What is Supermoss and What’s it Used for?
So, What is Super Moss and the Uses
Super moss adds a fresh look around plants. It’s also perfect to use outdoors in hanging baskets. Did you know that? Since we don’t ordinarily use hanging pots I had no idea and think this is a great idea.
Hmmm, maybe this will look pretty in the urn on our front porch this spring. What do you think about this idea? I’d love an opinion, especially from an avid gardener.
How Did I Come Up With This Idea?
Coming Up With This Wreath Idea
So while checking my craft supplies I realized I had self-stick moss. I also noticed this straw wreath frame. I painted this brown for another project and because I didn’t use it so it’s perfect for this easy craft.
- wreath form
- self-stick supermoss Michaels stores, Hobby Lobby, or Amazon
- glue gun and glue sticks: optional
How To Make an Easy DIY Moss Wreath
Step 1: Laying the Moss and Straw Wreath Out to Measure
First, lay the moss and wreath out.
I namely did this, so I was able to measure and cut my sheet moss. So then, I cut the strips of moss and wrapped them around the wreath.
Step 2: Wrapping the Wreath with the Moss Sheets
Next, I began wrapping the wreath. Now, peel the backing off the strip of moss. Incidentally, this moss is very sticky.
Because the moss is so sticky I wound up not having to add hot glue. How awesome is that? So, I recommend buying this exact moss for this wreath.
By the way, you will want to save the leftover moss because it will fill in the bare spots.
You may want to read this bird nest to make the nest shown on the wreath. You will also learn how to make the frame behind the wreath too. It takes minutes and it’s FREE from the yard!
Here’s a wreath you may like if time is an issue that’s similar for you to purchase.
One last note, if you look through at pictures of our home you will see the wreaths I make used over and over again in different areas of our home. I share these wreaths because they last and can be used for multiple seasons in our home.
I hope you enjoyed learning how to make an easy DIY peel and stick preserved moss wreath. Do you enjoy adding moss to your home? Will you add easy pretty moss wreaths to your home? I’d love to know your thoughts and let me know your thoughts about adding moss to our urns during the planting season!