My DIY Succulent Moss Wreath is a statement maker for SURE!
I start with a grapevine wreath base.
You can make this wreath any size to fit the scale of your mantel and/or doors.
You can also display it on a flat surface and place a candle in the center.
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- Using floral paddle wire, wrap the moss completely around the grapevine moss.
- Cut the wire using wire snips.
- Secure the ends of the wire around the back of the grapevine wreath so that it does not come undone.
- Using a skewer stick, poke a hole into the moss large enough to place the stem of the succulent into the hole.
- Remove the succulent from the grower pot and place hot glue on the stem.
- Place the succulent into the skewered hole.
- If the succulent still wants to wobble, you can secure it with a florist pin.
- I placed a variety of succulents around the entire wreath, but it also look good with just one section of the wreath filled with succulents.
- After you have styled the succulents as you wish, then water the wreath thoroughly to soak the moss.
- Then hang or place the wreath where you would like.
- The hot glue does not hurt or kill the succulent in any way. If you own a commercial glue gun, I would recommend turning it down to a lower setting. Other than that, the succulents will continue to grow and put out new roots through the glue.
- I water my wreath deeply once a week while it is hanging on the mantel.
Photos of the Process
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