Make an easy DIY 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.
By the way, I immediately thought, I will be using moss for spring inspiration. So then, I had a wreath in my craft closet. Next, I had bought self-stick moss from JoAnn Fabrics. After having my supplies, I began my easy DIY moss wreath.
- self-stick moss
- glue gun and glue sticks
How To Make an Easy DIY Laying Out the Greens
Step 1: Pieces and Form to Cut the Covering the Round
First, lay the moss and wreath out.
I namely did this, so I was able to measure and cut my moss. So then, I cut the moss into a strip and wrapped it around the wreath. Namely I did this to determine the length.
Step 2: Wrapping the Piece with the Product
Next, I began wrapping the wreath. Incidentally, I had bought the self-stick moss at JoAnn which is the best! After peeling the backing off the moss it is very sticky.
Because of it being so sticky no glue is needed for this project.
By the way, I have bought self-stick moss from other stores for projects, and I did need to use hot glue on all the seams.
Also, you will want to save moss you have leftover. Because the wreath has spaces to fill in the leftover greens will work.
Steps to Make a Stick Frame to Hang Around Your Idea
Step 3: Sticks to Add a Touch of Nature
Next, I brought sticks inside from the yard. So then, I cut the sticks 10″ and using the hot glue gun I add a small dot of glue to each corner. Hold a few moments to dry. After your pieces dry, cut branches to add to corners and glue. Hang the frame using florist wire. The stick frame adds dimension and also texture to the green wreath.
You may want to read this bird nest to make the nest shown on the wreath.
As a rule, moss can also be used in many different ways in spring. How to make an easy DIY moss wreath is just one example.