Saturday, May 3, 2014

Easy DIY Moss Wreath

From My Front Porch To Yours- DIY Moss Wreath
I have been busy sprucing up our front porch for spring. It has taken a little while for me to get inspired but I finally did!
From My Front Porch To Yours- DIY Moss Wreath
Recently we were in Target and I fell in love with this moss wreath. It is simply gorgeous but I did not feel like spending the money on it since I already had a ton of grapevine wreaths at home I could transform.
From My Front Porch To Yours- DIY Moss Wreath
If you would like to make your own moss wreath all you need is one grapevine wreath, a can of spray adhesive, and a bag of moss. All items you can get at any craft store or even WalMart. 
From My Front Porch To Yours- DIY Moss Wreath
I chose to do this project outside because the spray adhesive is smelly and the moss is really messy. Make sure to protect your area from the spray adhesive. i just used a large trash bag.
From My Front Porch To Yours- DIY Moss Wreath
Next up I placed moss every where I wanted it BEFORE I started glueing to make sure I liked the direction it was going. Then I started to glue the moss down.
From My Front Porch To Yours- DIY Moss Wreath
You will want to glue some moss to the sides of your wreath and any other holes you may see. I sprayed the wreath itself and also the back of larger pieces of moss. The glue goes a LONG way so do not think you need to spray a ton on.
From My Front Porch To Yours- DIY Moss Wreath
In the process you give yourself a moss manicure!;)
From My Front Porch To Yours- DIY Moss Wreath
When you are all done glueing you will end up with a beautiful moss wreath like this.
From My Front Porch To Yours- DIY Moss Wreath
I actually had enough moss to make two wreaths.
Tomorrow is Sunday and due to busy schedules I will not be doing "How I Found My Style Sundays". I know disappointing but it WILL be back next Sunday I promise! In the meantime still be sure to stop by tomorrow so you can see exactly what else I did with my moss wreaths and the reveal of my Spring front porch!

Hope your Saturday is going well!:)

11 comments:

  1. Awesome job Pamela...love the way they turned out!!

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  2. wonderful wreath. I haven't seen them for sell, but yours turned out even better I think.

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  3. Cleverly done and your wreath/s look AWESOME!

    Love how much cheaper it was for you to do - and it looks like you had a very good helper with you, too!

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  4. Your wreaths looks so pretty and natural!

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  5. Hi Pam
    Love the natural look you got with the wreaths. Very pretty.
    Kris

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  6. Pam, your wreaths are just wonderful, they'll look amazing to all of your guest who enter your beautiful home! Great job!

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  7. The wreath looks great....and I cracked up when you said "Moss Manicure"...I spent all day yesterday digging in dirt so I know how ya feel!
    Signed
    Dirt Manicure

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  8. Love your moss wreaths, Pamela! They are crazy expensive to buy. I wouldn't have thought of using spray adhesive ~ that's a great tip (and you can save money on manicures too)! : )

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  9. Love, love, love the moss wreaths. Hmmm ~ off to walmart to get some ;-)

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  10. Pamela, I love this wreath, they are great for anytime of year. Love the basket you used too. PINNED!!

    Cynthia

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