Square Moss Wreath

7:53:00 AM

Here is a blast from my past... a square moss wreath...

I began by cutting foam core into a rectangle.

 Then I made another rectangle of cardboard
to give it strength.

I glued the two together.

I bought a bag of moss sheets from 

And using Gorilla Glue, gluing
the moss onto the frame.

Before I was finished I had to resort to the
glue gun, it worked much better than the glue.

I finished the wreath off with some
rosette embellishments and a ribbon to hang it.

A beautiful spring wreath!

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  1. That is really nice, I love that look.

  2. I'm not surprised it's sold! It is quite lovely! Thanks for sharing this project!

  3. Wow, great job! Sold already =) Yippee!!

  4. Hi Susan, I love how you embellished the moss wreath. I'm not surprised it has SOLD already!

    Enjoy your weekend,

  5. Hi Susan, the wreath turned out so pretty. Those Moss Wreaths look wonderful hanging on a garden fence or in a gazebo all together as a collection too. Thank you for putting me on your blog roll, I am returning the favor, it means a lot to me. Also following now so I won't miss a thing! xxx tami

  6. Thanks for sharing. Love the wreath and the burlap flowers just made it so cute. Glad it has a home to go to already. Great job.

  7. What a cool look! Think I'll have to give it try.

  8. Thanks for coming by and commenting on my blog! Good thing you did so could i follow you back - love this wreath you made with Burlap and moss - very sweet! xoox, tracie

  9. Adorable wreath ~ love the square shape and the touch of burlap, too! I made moss covered initials for our daughter's wedding and wowser, did I burn my fingers with the ol' glue gun!!

    Hope you are having a great weekend! Happy PS!

    Big TX Hugs,
    Angelic Accents

  10. Susan this is beautiful. I have a very empty space on a built in shelf next to my fireplace mantel and I've been saying I need a plant or something green but I love the wreath idea to put there so I can still have other stuff sitting on the shelf. I hope you can stop by and link this up to my VIP party today! http://designergarden.blogspot.com/2011/04/vip-party-11.html

  11. You had me at Moss Wreath! I love the looks of these and I have yet to make one! Maybe that will be my craft for the day today! ;)

    I would love if you linked up to my Make it for less Mondays!


    Hope to see you there!!


  12. This turned out so cute and springy! I love it!


  13. i LOVE THIS! I'm already follower!

  14. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this. it is so lovely. great idea!


  15. Nice work. You make it look easy. The clamps are a great idea.

  16. Susan - Love the simplicity of your wreath - very pretty! Thanks so much for stopping by and linking up to the Sunday Showcase - I greatly appreciate it. Hope you have a wonderful holiday! ~ Stephanie Lynn

  17. Really pretty--love the shape and the rosettes! Thanks for showing how you made it!

  18. genius! love that you used cardboard, you don't even need a frame. that is great.

  19. I love odd shaped wreaths like this! The rosettes and moss are a perfect touch. Thanks for linking up to Terrific Under Ten!

  20. Thanks so much for joining up to my Marvelous Mess party. I featured your project today!! If you'd like to see my post and grab a "featured" button, here is the link: http://marvelouslymessy.blogspot.com/2011/04/marvelous-mess-9-features.html

  21. super cute!
    thanks for sharing @ catch as catch can


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