make it yourself
Jennifer Howard | Cottage on Bunker Hill
This wreath was inspired by an expensive one that is sold by Anthropologie. But this one will cost you so much less. All you need is a foam wreath form and a bag of mixed moss like this one.
Here is the $150 inspiration for this project. Wait until you see how mine turns out...
Start on one side of the wreath and start hot gluing the moss on. I recommend a low heat setting and don't let the tip touch the foam wreath.
Continue gluing on the moss on the foam wreath until it's covered.
What to do:
Once you have the wreath form covered with the moss rip smaller pieces and fill in any empty spots around the center and outer edges. You don't want to see the foam at all.
Here's the finished wreath. It only took about 15 minutes to make! Keep out of direct sunlight to prevent fading.
Check out another moss project! These easy to make moss covered branches look great in a vase year-round.