Floral Moss Wreath

I have wanted to make this Floral Moss Wreath for quite some time. I even had the supplies lying in wait.  Why I procrastinated putting this beauty together is beyond me… I finally committed to getting this project done and today’s the day I get to share it with you!  Woo-Hoo.  Let’s get this party started….

DIY Floral Moss Wreath with livelaughrowe.com

One 18″ Grapevine Wreath
Three bags of Floral Moss (pictured above is Spanish Moss)
Glue Gun
Spray Adhesive
Cute Frame

I started by hot gluing the first layer of Floral Moss to the grapevine wreath.  Every so often I would lift the wreath and shake off any access. I’ll admit that I had intended to hot glue the entire wreath, but decided to add to the second layer with Spray Adhesive. It covered more area and kept some of the smaller (messier) pieces in place much better.

supplies for diy spanish moss wreath spray adhesive for spanish moss wreath attaching first layer of floral mossThis might be a good time to mention that, as you can see, this is a very messy project {smile}.
After a few more shakes (outdoors), you’re ready to accessorize.
With the addition of an organic bloom frame and a bow with some wired ribbon —Voila!

Floral Moss Wreath with livelaughrowe.comHere is the ‘pinspiration’ versus my wreath.
Thee Floral Moss Wreath.  All kinds of fabulous!

Pinspiration and Floral Moss Wreath at Live Laugh RoweWhat do you think?  I’m extremely pleased.
Happy Crafting!  xo

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  1. Bonnie @ Uncommon says

    Love it!! looks wonderful! There is just something about moss that is very welcoming!! 😉

  2. Jodi says

    I really like yours better, the green is beautiful and that ribbon is gorgeous! Beautiful job. I may have to try this one.

  3. How to Nest for Less says

    Whoazer. Each wreath you do is better than the next! I can't wait to see what you have for tomorrow 😉

  4. Laurel says

    This is fantastic!!! I like yours better than the inspiration photo!!

    Laurel at SoPo Cottage

  5. Courtney Baxtron says

    This is AMAZING..you did such a great job…and you made it look easy. I've been thinking about a good spring wreath and you just gave it to me. XO

  6. Amy says

    It is beautiful! I would love for you to come share at my link party if you have time.

  7. Jamie says

    I really love your wreath! The frame and ribbon are perfect with it. What an awesome job!! ~ Jamie

  8. Sarah @ Cozy.Cottage.Cute. says

    That inspiration picture is to die for!!!! Your wreath turned out just as nice. :) Oh yeah!

  9. Elena @ La Petite Vie says

    Love this wreath, so perfect for spring but not overdone! Hope you have a lovely weekend!

  10. Smallgood says

    I don't know how I missed this earlier (maybe Google Reader is acting funny or maybe I scrolled too quickly). Caught it at TT&J though. This is gorgeous, and I'm so tempted to make one this weekend.

  11. Katherines Corner says

    That is lovely! Hugs and thank you for joining the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop

  12. Jaime Lyn at Crafty Scrappy Happy says

    Hey friend I saw your perfect wreath was featured over at Whipperberry and wanted to say yayyY! for you! I adore all of your projects and I love to see them around on other blogs too!! :o) Hope you had a great easter friend!

  13. says

    I attempted to make this wreath! I did not use the hot glue but just wanted to say thanks for the tutorial. I am new to the blog world and wanted to say Hi!

    • says

      Hi Jossie! Thanks so much for stopping by and letting me know you did! How did your wreath turn out? Welcome to the wonderful world of blogging. You’ll meet some fabulous people. Have a fabulous end to your week. Hugs.

  14. Tri says

    This might seem like a silly question but how did you tie the bow? And how then hang it over the door? Could you give us a little more detail for those of us that are crafting impaired? I made this now I just can’t figure out how to tie and such. Thank you!

    • says

      Hi Tri! There are two pieces of ribbon, one is looped through the wreath and up. The other is tied around the first piece of ribbon and made into a bow. Does that make sense? I’m so excited to hear you made the wreath!! I hope it helps. Let me know if you have any other questions. Cheers!

  15. Janelle Rushin says

    I love this!!! Thank you for sharing. How did you attach the frame?? I am making my first wreath right now!

    • says

      Hi Janelle! Thanks so much for stopping by and finding some inspiration. I attached the frame with some twine, it’s actually attached to the ribbon — I didn’t attache it permanently in case I wanted to change things up a bit. Hope that helps. Happy crafting!

  16. dawn pauls says

    This is beautiful! I have a question: how did you get the moss to go on evenly with the glue gun? Because i the glue comes out in thin strands, did it just take a lot of glue? Thanks!

    • says

      Hi Dawn! Thanks so much for stopping by! Since I only used the glue gun for the first layer, I wasn’t too particular. Depending on the size of your glue gun, you might have to use quite a bit of glue. However, you could easily use the adhesive spray on the entire wreath too. I think I was going with the trial and error process when making mine, so it’s really up to you. Hope that helps. HUGS!!


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