This DIY Spring Moss Wreath is so easy to make.
Seriously…..In 20 minutes flat you have a show stopper to hang above your mantel.
On your door.
On a mirror.
And, you can even use it as a centerpiece for your table.
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Terrain sells a version of this wreath for $150 without the grapevine wreath attached to the back.
I made my version for free as I had everything I needed on hand.
However, if you start from scratch, you can still create this wreath for less than $100.
If you choose not to add the grapevine wreath, your wreath supplies will cost less than $60.
1 box Preserved green moss (the package I linked comes with two boxes, you will only use one of those)
Grapevine wreath (mine is 24 inches in diameter)
Straw wreath form (mine is 18 inches in diameter)
1 package Preserved white reindeer moss
1 package Preserved mushroom or lichen (it comes in a package mixed with other moss)
- Place the straw wreath inside the grapevine wreath.
- Secure the two wreaths together at the top and bottom using a piece of floral wire.
- Start gluing the larger pieces of the preserved reindeer moss around the straw wreath.
- Add in some white reindeer moss and lichen to provide visual interest.
- Cover the entire straw wreath where it can be seen on both the outer in and inner portions.
- Hang or place where desired.
I hope you will create this gorgeous and easy DIY Spring Moss wreath for your home. Please drop me a comment below and let me know what you think.
Don’t forget to pin this project for later.
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