DIY Mossy Wreath for Easter or Spring

Happy Thursday, Friends! Today I'm sharing a simple DIY mossy wreath that you can customize for Easter and after. Join me and my talented blogger friends for this month's  Creative Crafts blog hop...

DIY mossy wreath for spring and Easter

...hosted by Andrea at Design Morsels. Welcome to those of you hopping over after visiting Terrie at Decorate and More with Tip! Ready to make your own mossy wreath? 

Here's what you'll need:

Wire wreath form
Moss ribbon
Hot glue gun or preferred adhesive
Floral embellishment
Twigs*Wire*Wooden label* Sharpie marker

DIY moss wreath

First: Stretch the mossy ribbon slightly to cover a portion of the wreath form. Next: Hot glue and cut ribbon pieces as needed to best fit the frame and continue to work in sections. (Stretch, glue, cut, stretch, glue, etc.)  

DIY spring wreath

Then: Raid your craft stash for pretty floral embellishments that complement the moss, like these small, velvety flowers and tuck them into the moss. Glue if desired--I didn't.  

DIY mossy spring wreath

Last: To make this rustic cross, gather some twigs from your yard and wrap them with wire. Craft the "banner" by using a Sharpie on a small wooden label. 

DIY mossy Easter wreath
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The resurrection message is perfect for Easter, and the twiggy cross can be tucked into the moss and removed after the holiday. 

DIY Easter wreath

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DIY spring and Easter wreath
Next on the hop is Rachelle at My Hubbard Home! For more spring and Easter crafts, enjoy visiting the rest of my creative friends below: 



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  1. Cecilia, Such a pretty wreath for spring or Easter! I love the mossy ribbon as your base and hopped over to Amazon to add it to my list. So happy to be hopping with you again. Wishing you a beautiful Easter ♥

  2. Cecilia, You did a lovely job of making a wreath that works for both Easter and Spring. I have never even seen moss ribbon, but am sure I will have to get some and use it for some project in the future! I hope you have a lovely Easter!

  3. So awesome. I cant find the hyper link to order the Mossy Ribbon. Is there one ? I am looking forward to making it !!

    1. Thank you, Stephanie! There should be a picture/link at the end of the post, but if you don't see it you can copy and paste this one:

  4. I have seen these wreaths and always think to myself I need one. Your tutorial was so easy to follow I will be making one of these now. Thanks for sharing.

  5. I didn't know there was moss ribbon. What a great idea. I love the way your wreath looks and OUTSIDE is a great place for this moss stuff. Was your messy? Thanks for being in the hop and Happy Easter!

    1. Thanks, Andrea! One of the reasons I opted for using the ribbon is because the bagged moss is so messy. The ribbon sheds slightly when cut but it is barely noticeable in comparison.

  6. This is fascinating Cecilia; I didn't know that moss ribbon even existed. So pretty and I love how this extends way beyond Easter; a great way to usher in Spring!

  7. So pretty Cecilia, and I love the moss ribbon, I might have to add that to my craft stash! The cross for Easter is a beautiful touch. Thank you for sharing!

  8. What a fun and easy project, and I love that it can be kept up all spring and summer long. You could even adjust it for the fall I'm sure too. Thanks for sharing and wonderful crafting with you friend.

  9. How creative using moss ribbon to make your wreath, Cecilia! I love that you can enjoy it just about anytime of the year, too! It is so versatile that you can just switch it out for any occasion! And that is so cool!

  10. Cecilia, love that you made a resurrection wreath! He has risen indeed :)
    I have a large wire frame and tons of moss (love that stuff) and with you tutorial can pull a wreath of my own together. Thanks for the inspiration.
    Blessing to you,

  11. Cecilia, how have I never heard of moss ribbon? I need some! I love the look of moss, but not the mess. This sounds like the perfect solution! Your wreath is so pretty, and I love the minimal embellishments. The twig cross is such a clever and rustic Easter addition. It's always fun to hop with you. Happy Easter!

  12. Cecelia,
    Simple yet elegant and meaningful!! Love it!! Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by and for letting me know that you did by leaving such sweet comments! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!

  13. Cecilia, your wreath is do pretty. I love using miss projects, but I'm not familiar with this type. I love the flowers for spring and the cross for Easter. Happy Easter.

  14. Cecelia, I love this! Simple but not, which makes it elegant. It looks like something you'd find in a fantasy story walk in the woods. Featuring when my party opens tonight!


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