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  1. Is the moss “alive”? Will is grow some?

    1. No, it’s preserved so it won’t grow anymore. I love this project, and mine still look the same after a couple of years (just keep them out of direct sunlight). If you do make this please send in a photo to add to the reader’s spotlight page. send to

  2. Just wondering if this should be kept misted or not!!

    1. Hi Serenity, I don’t mist mine but do keep it out of direct sunlight.Send me a picture if you make it!!

  3. Love this! I want to try it. I have a question….what size bag of moss did you use for a to get the full coverage.?

    1. Hi Colleen, I used the 2 ounce bags (80.75 Cubic inch). The moss that I linked from Amazon was what I used but I’ve seen it at Michael’s too. The secret is really tearing the moss into small pieces to cover the frame, if you use big chunks you will run out quick! If you make them I would love if you sent me a photo to share!!

  4. Anita Brown says:

    Thanks for the inside intel. I’m anxious to give it a go

  5. Great wall art, Jennifer! Perfect for the fall or any season. Love it!

  6. Betty Bakk says:

    I have had success glueing on the sawtooth hangers.. nails would have been too long as you stated! I used the TightBond (that IOD sisters have made the go to glue). I would be tempted to use it to glue the moss. No burned fingers and longer work time.

    I love your results!!!!
    That stain in an applicator bottle is amazing!!!!

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      I’ll have to look into that! Oh, Betty, I manage to get my finger on every project!! I tried those silicone finger covers before but they are so bulky!

  7. Jennifer, I love this project and what a huge savings! Another beautiful dupe, well done!!

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Thanks, friend!!

    1. Jennifer Howard says:

      Thanks, Renae!!