Dollar Tree Moss Flower Wreath. Use supplies found at Dollar Tree to make a pretty floral and moss wreath for any season.
You all know I love to make wreaths. Most of my wreaths are seasonal or holiday related, so I wanted to make one that I could leave up year round or be able to put up when I didn’t have a wreath for a particular season.
I shopped for all my supplies at Dollar Tree to find what I needed and I am so pleased with how this floral and moss wreath turned out!
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How to Make a Moss Flower Wreath
I started by covering the entire wreath with moss. To do this, I used my hot glue gun and a couple of packages of moss.
Apply some hot glue to the wreath form and then take a generous handful of moss and press it to the wreath.
Be careful not to burn yourself. To avoid burns I get more moss than I need and hold it on the wreath. Then, I shake off the excess moss.
Continue this process until the entire wreath is covered.
When you are finished and the hot glue is dry you will need to seal the moss on the wreath. I used hairspray because I didn’t have any clear spray sealer on hand. The hairspray is holding up well. Allow the wreath to dry.
Note: If you don’t seal the wreath, the moss will start to fall off and you will have a mess on your floor when you hang the wreath.
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Remove the flowers from the larger bouquet by snipping the stems apart using scissors or wire snips.
Use hot glue to attach the flowers to the wreath. I added flowers only on the right side of the wreath. You could add flowers all the way around or only along the bottom, depending on how you want your wreath to look.
Because I love butterflies, I hot glued a 3D butterfly sticker among the flowers.
This wreath turned out so pretty. It definitely says spring to me, but I could leave it up all year. I am actually thinking of putting it on the door to my new greenhouse flower shed.
Wreath Cost: $8.75
- hot glue and glue gun (already had on hand)
- 1 foam wreath + 2 bags moss + 3 flower bouquets + 1 butterfly sticker
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