Don’t you just love a good dupe??!! I reeaaaallly do!! One of my favorite things to do is scour my favorite higher-end retailers like Pottery Barn, Anthropologie, Arhaus…etc… find things I love and then try and recreate them on a teeny budget. So today I’m going to show you how I made this Anthropologie dupe moss wreath for around $15.
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How To Make A Moss Wreath
So when I fell in love with the $150 Anthropologie wreath my first thought was how can I make the look for less??
I actually found the same moss at Michael’s (they are my go-to craft supply spot…plus mine has same-day delivery…which is amazing!!)
making the moss wreath
All I used for this wreath was a foam wreath form and 1½ bags of a moss variety pack. The Anthropologie moss wreath form is larger than the size I made but I went with what was in stock at Michael’s.
OK, I’ve made about a bazillion wreaths in my time…but this one is sooooo easy to make!!!
Starting on one side I drizzled the hot glue onto the foam wreath form and added a piece of the green moss.
All I did was follow the moss pattern of the Anthro one as I was making my dupe version.
My Anthropologie inspiration wreath actually has the same moss mix on it!
When I say this was a quick project…it took less than 10 minutes from start to finish!
I needed about ½ of the second bag of moss I bought, amazingly I didn’t have any moss in my craft stash!!
Tip: Rip the moss into smaller pieces to get a more textured layered look on the wreath.
Once I was done with the front of the wreath, I added more moss around the edges so you wouldn’t see any of the green foam wreath form peaking through.
It was easier to do this from the backside of the wreath.
Seriously, it looks like the same wreath, doesn’t it???
…but my Anthro dupe wreath cost about 135 dollars less!!
check out my youtube video!
finished anthro dupe moss wreath
So what do you think?? A pretty good dupe project, right!! I really, really love how it came out! The texture and the natural elements are really so cool.
This wreath is also seasonless, and you could hang it either inside or on your front door (as long as it was protected from the elements and birdies making nests!!)
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If you love dupe projects go check out my Pottery Barn Dupe Vase DIY!
You can check out how I made that faux brick wall too…one of my all-time fave projects (one of my 1st posts on the blog too!!)
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