DIY 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 Michaels.


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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24 comments

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

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

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

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

    Enjoy your weekend,
    Gail

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  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

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  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.

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

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  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

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  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,
    Stephanie
    Angelic Accents

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  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

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  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!

    www.simplycadence.blogspot.com

    Hope to see you there!!

    Jaclyn

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

    ~Jessa
    www.jessajill.blogspot.com

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

    kathryn
    www.thedragonsfairytail.blogspot.com

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

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  15. 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

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

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

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

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  19. 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

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  20. super cute!
    thanks for sharing @ catch as catch can
    gail

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