Alright, I admit it- I’m addicted to making wreaths! These circular wall ornaments add a simple elegance to seasonal decorating that I just love. So without further ado…The Pottery Barn-Inspired Sheet Moss Wreath.
Need some Spring in your home but don’t want to spend $49 at Pottery Barn to do it? Try this simple, though slightly messy, craft to make your own modern moss wreath.
Here’s what you need:
- straw wreath form
- 2 packages sheet moss
- glue sticks and hot glue gun
- olive colored thread
Here’s what you do:
Find a nice spot outdoors for this craft – the moss can get messy! Cut sheet moss into ~3″ wide strips. Use hot glue gun to secure strips tightly to straw wreath form. Fill in any uncovered spaces with appropriately cut pieces of sheet moss. Once wreath is covered, use thread to wrap around wreath form in a decidedly haphazard fashion. The thread will help to keep moss from shedding and also adds some textural interest.
Cost: $15 – a $35 savings from the Pottery Barn retail price! Sheet moss and wreath were purchased at Joann’s with 40% off coupons and I have 85% of the second sheet of moss left for another project.