Do you love the classic look of moss topiary balls and can’t find them anywhere? These traditional decorative moss balls are a wonderful accent for any decor. It is easy and quick to DIY moss balls and topiary trees; furthermore, making your own is budget-friendly. Learn how to make topiary balls in this easy step by step tutorial.
This post is part of a moss challenge collaboration; in other words, this post is only one of the challenges so that you can see all the rest of the unique creations at the end of this post.
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How to Make Moss Topiary Balls
These topiaries are gorgeous and can be an excellent addition to your spring or Easter decor. They are so flexible you can change the ribbon, vessel, and greenery and use them in farmhouse decor, special occasions, and more.
Supplies and Tools
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- Ball shape foam or tree shape foam
- Clay pot
- Foam (for inside the pot)
- Moss roll
- Spanish moss
- Hot glue and gun
- Chip brush
- Chalk paint
- Wood stain (water-based)
- Wire cutters
- Step by Step Video (watch it HERE)
Here is how I make them the easiest way.
The first step is to gather all your supplies and tools to DIY these elegant moss balls. Then, cut a square of moss that will fit around your foam ball and start gluing it to fit the form paying attention to the extra moss as much as possible, working from the middle of the moss square to the cut edge. See the how-to video too.
I was working in one area at a time, removing the extra moss at the seams and gluing down the moss at that seam before moving to the next place, forming, gluing, and cutting off the excess to create the moss ball.
After the moss square is completely glued and trimmed, there might be gaps or holes that need to be covered; thus, using your moss trimmings to make patches to cover those areas and glue them down. Furthermore, using some of the moss scraps to cover all the seams. You will be amazed by how forgiving the moss can work with, hence making it my new favorite craft product.
Preparing the Clay Pot
If you have been reading my blog, then you know I adore chalk paint. Furthermore, I love anything green and organic. Thus, making this the perfect spring decorating project for a moss challenge.
DIY Wreath Bow and Nest
Adding classic touches such as a tan check ribbon bow to the moss wreath further enhances the elegant farmhouse vignette.
The simplest way to make a bow for a wreath is to make it on loop with the ribbon. Then starting in the center of the circle, pinch it together and place it on the spot where the ribbon cross.
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