How to Make a Moss Wreath

Written by linda shepard
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How to Make a Moss Wreath
You can use moss to create an elegant wreath. (Jupiterimages/ Images)

A moss wreath is a graceful arrangement that can serve as a canvas for a few strategically placed dried flowers. Sheet moss is widely available in craft and floral supply stores. The delicate and natural look of the moss makes the wreath attractive enough for gift giving. Add some dried roses and rosebuds for a feminine touch or several dried hydrangea blooms and a big ribbon bow to make a colourful addition to the front door.

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Things you need

  • Hot glue gun
  • Straw wreath form, 18 inches in diameter
  • Dried flowers

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  1. 1

    Cut five pieces of sheet moss into 10-inch squares.

  2. 2

    Hot glue the sheet moss squares to an 18-inch straw wreath form, beginning in the front of the wreath and wrapping the moss to the back.

  3. 3

    Continue gluing the sheet moss squares to the wreath until it is entirely covered with moss.

  4. 4

    Hot glue small clusters of dried flowers to the completed moss wreath.

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