Super simple - this is all you need (and I used my glue gun; I started with scissors and then resorted to tearing the moss as it looked more natural this way). BEWARE! This project is messy so you'll want to either do it outside OR make sure you put down a table cloth to help with clean up.
I started by tearing out the moss amounts that I needed and laying it on the wreath. I then hot glued it on and then filled in the holes with moss scraps lying around. After the front was done, I moved onto the middle...
After I finished with the middle, I moved onto the edges of my wreath. The only part of the wreath that I did not cover in moss was the back (as no one will be able to see it when it's hanging from the wall).
And there she is! (the lighting is bad so she looks black as opposed to bright green)...I'm heading to JoAnns this week to see if I can find some ribbon that speaks to me and then I'm going to hang it from the wall like Michelle did.
The only thing that I don't like about this is that it has an "outside" smell to it - I'm hoping that once I hang it up, it won't be noticeable.
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