This week I have a fun DIY project, just in time for Spring. It’s a Moss covered letter or monogram. And these are great to use as a wreath on your front door, Or just display on the back of bookshelves or built-ins. Before we get started, I should forewarn you, this is a bit of a messy project. So you might want to try making it outdoors or just have your vacuum cleaner handy. These retail at Pottery Barn for about $80.00 This one cost me between $15.00 – $20.00 to make. So let’s get started. So what you’ll need for this project is a Letter, you can use a cardboard letter or a wood letter. I got mine Michaels. Some moss, again I
got mine at Michaels. And a glue gun or spray glue and some scissors.
So the first thing you want to do is cut the sheet of moss so it’s a tad bit
bigger than the letter so that there’s enough of an overhang to fold over to the back of the letter. Next, glue the letter right onto the moss. I found the spray glue was easier for this. Trim off any excess pieces around
the edge to allow for easy fold. Using your glue gun, fold over the edges snipping off any excess moss as you go With the spray glue, use any leftover
bits of moss to fill in any bare spots When you’re happy with how it looks take it outside and lightly mist with
the spray glue. This will hold any loose bits of moss in place. These add an instant touch of style
to your spring decor. And they make great hostess gifts too. I
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