How did I not know that DIY moss covered letters were so easy to make? I’m a super crafty person, so I should know this. It’s like showing up for late for a party, and realizing I only have mascara on one eye. Now, I want to make moss letters for every season and holiday I can think of. You can make them too, with a few simple steps.
Right now decorating for spring is on my mind and I love how the pop of green looks on the chalkboard. To me the chalkboard is like a blank canvas and a good spot for adding seasonal decor. For more chalkboard ideas see the post DIY Advent Calendar.
Since March is around the corner I added a festive touch of garlands to go with the spring inspired letter M. The argyle green ribbon reminds me of spring, as well as St. Paddy’s Day. I gotta have my green, after all I am a wee bit Irish.
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Supplies For DIY Moss Covered Letters
Sheet moss has a thin web backing that’s easy to cut with scissors. My first step was cutting out a section large enough to cover the letter. Then I trimmed around the letter leaving enough moss to cover the sides.
Next I applied hot glue in sections and pressed the sheet moss into place. With the moss in place on the front flat surface, I started gluing moss around the edge.
The last step was trimming the sheet moss so that only the front and edges were cover.
Note: Both sides can be covered with the moss, however I wanted to hang my letter on my chalkboard and I wanted a smooth flat surface on the back.
My secret to attaching the moss letter to the chalkboard is using Command Picture & Frame Hanging Strips.
Uses For DIY Moss Covered Letters
- Door monogram
- Spring decor
- Garden party theme
- Bride and groom chairs
- Spell out love for Valentine’s Day
- Out door party
- Baby Shower
Moss cover letters would have been so cute to spell out BOY for the Budget Friendly Baby Shower I helped with. The mom to be, would have loved it. I bet you can think of dozens of ways to use moss covered letters too.
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