diy: reindeer moss wreath
With the exception of Christmas, I’ve never really been one to hang a wreath on my front door, but I wanted something bright and Autumn-inspired to greet guests when they came for my baby shower last weekend. My first thought was a preserved boxwood wreath, but they are a tad bit pricier than I wanted to spend, so, instead, I picked up a bag of reindeer moss at my local nursery in the most GORGEOUS shade of lime green and got to DIY-ing with my mama dukes, who was in town for the shower.
All I used was a 24 inch grapevine wreath I picked up at Michael’s for $3, a glue gun, glue sticks and my reindeer moss and got to glueing! I had no idea what they sprayed the moss with to preserve it, so I wore gloves and if you’re prego like me, I would suggest you do the same! It was so easy – just dab some glue on to the back of each piece of moss and place it on the wreath. The whole wreath took less than 20 minutes!
And here is the gorgeous result – the spongey lime green moss looks so stunning against my glossy black door!
Happy Hump Day!
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