Learn how to make this easy festive moss covered wreath in a short time. Suggestions to modify the wreath will inspire you to create a one-of-a-kind look.
Moss covered wreaths are perfect for the holidays season and they look good enough to keep up all winter long.
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Moss Covered Wreaths
All you need is a round foam wreath form which you can buy at any craft store, craft sheet moss and a few extras to dress it up.
Start by cutting 3 inch strips of the sheet moss.
Glue the strips to the foam base with a glue gun and gently but firmly pulling it around the wreath. Secure the other end with more glue. Repeat until the entire wreath is covered.
Then add a pretty ribbon that you can use to hang the wreath. I used a sheer gold ribbon but this project would look great with many different kinds of ribbon. I think burlap, plaid, checked and many different colors would look great.
Once the ribbon is attached with a little bit of glue go ahead and adorn the top with whatever strikes your fancy. I used some fresh cedar, pine cones, cinnamon sticks, and berries along with a tiny gold ball for the center.
Other options are different florals, fruit slices, wood slices, and greenery. How about adding a tiny bird at the bottom of the wreath? Or dangling acorns, bells or pine cones from the top.
Moss covered wreaths are a beautiful way to greet all your guests through the holidays and well into spring.
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Moss Covered Wreaths For the Entire Winter Season
- Hot glue gun
- Round Foam Wreath Form
- Craft Sheet Moss
- Cinnamon Sticks
- Pine cones berries, ribbon etc..
- Start by cutting 3 inch strips of the sheet moss.
- Glue the strips to the foam base with a glue gun.
- Gently pull it around the wreath.
- Secure the other end with more glue.
- Repeat until the entire wreath is covered.
- Add a pretty ribbon that you can use to hang the wreath.