Mossy Initial Wreath
- Letter – I found mine at Hobby Lobby for 50% off making it $4.99. I’m sure I could’ve found one MUCH cheaper or even cut one out of foam board, but I liked the shape and sturdiness of this one.
- Ribbon – I dug through my ribbon stash and found this pretty yellow polka dot ribbon.
- Instant Green Moss Cloth – I found this at Hobby Lobby for 50% off making it $3.49. There were a lot of different kinds of moss, but I liked this because of its mesh backing. I didn’t use the whole package either so hopefully I can come up with another use for it!
- Hot glue gun – I’ve had one of these for years and believe it or not, hadn’t gotten this one out since before Christmas!
Not only was it cheap, but it was easy (and this is where Andy would insert some off color joke about the girls he dated…)! Basically, I laid the sheet of moss over the initial, traced the initial with a Sharpie, and cut the moss about 1/2″ around the traced letter. Then I took the moss off, hooked the ribbon around the top of the “H” (some letters will be easier than others), put the moss back on the letter, and glued the moss onto the edges of the initial. I didn’t use glue on the top of the initial, only on the sides. Hope that makes sense! I did this after midnight one night last week and didn’t take any pictures of the process, but the tutorials I mentioned above are very helpful!