Moss Monogram Wreath for Spring

New season, new wreath! This time I was itching to make something with moss.

I wandered around Hobby Lobby on a Saturday afternoon and found this thick grapevine wreath. Since my door is black, the white chippy paint caught my eye. I decided to pair it with a moss covered 'c' for our last name and then use some yellow chevron burlap ribbon I had at home for a bow. When I went to pay for my supplies, the clerk at HL said- 'your wreath looks like a big white tire'. Ha! I couldn't help but laugh out loud. Eeerr- not sure a 'white tire' was the look I was going for, but to each their own?!

To begin, I wrapped the wooden 'c' with moss ribbon and secured it with hot glue. This was messy, so I worked in the garage.

Then I made a simple bow with the yellow chevron burlap ribbon. I hot glued that to the top of the wreath.

Finally, I hung the 'c' with some jute twine. Since the wreath already came painted white, this was a pretty easy craft.

Now I need to plant something bright and green in those urns. Maybe fox tail ferns again?

And I can't get the words of that Hobby Lobby clerk out of my head! Will people drive by my house and think I make a wreath from a white tire? To each their own...:)

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