MOSS-COVERED WREATH

We love the earthy and natural look of forest moss and wanted to bring that same feeling into our home with this stunning (and easy-to-make) wreath.


Supplies:

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Directions:

Line work surface with kraft paper.

If desired, put on rubber gloves. Place moss in large bowl and break apart with hands.

Using a paintbrush, spread a layer of craft glue onto desired section of wreath. Firmly press moss onto glue with hands, ensuring moss is tightly compacted. Repeat previous steps until wreath is fully covered with moss, removing stray bits of moss as you work. Set wreath on work surface to dry completely. Wash and dry hands.

To create hanger, cut desired length of ribbon and loop through center of wreath. Tie ends of ribbon together with a simple knot.

Happy crafting, friends!

ORANGE & FIELD TIP: We also wore a mask when working with the moss since it seems to kick up a bunch of green dust as you use it.


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