Spring Moss Covered Pots

2 Materials
30 Minutes

Moss covered decor is super hot right now. We wanted to add some spring beauty to our table with Moss Covered Pots but the selection out there has been either too expensive or poor quality. What a perfect time for a Frug-Elegant challenge...
Starting with some plain 4 clay pots & a roll of artificial moss.
We cut a strip of moss, from the roll, that will fit the height of the ceramic pot. Glue one side to hold in place & wrap around pot. Cut excess moss & glue/attach moss around top rim of pot..
For all the supplies, pictures and easy to make instructions, we hope you will come to our original blog post!
Look how cute this decorative bunny looks!
Visit our Original Blog Post for more details & pictures.

Suggested materials:

  • Craft supplies
  • Pots

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  • Wil4706033
    on Mar 20, 2016

    Where did you get roll of moss?

  • Kathy Meador Wells
    Kathy Meador Wells
    on Mar 21, 2016

    I have never worked with moss, but I do like it. Does the moss stay green? Do you have to spray it to keep it green?

    • FrugElegance
      on Mar 21, 2016

      Hi Kathy- It looks so real doesn't it? But the moss is artificial. We are using a brand that has a fantastically real look ;-)

  • Renee
    on Mar 25, 2016

    Beautiful, and the rocks? They're so cute. Did you buy them? I love smooth texture. They tie everything together. Renée bailey10034@gmail.com

    • FrugElegance
      on Mar 25, 2016

      Hi Renee- We do have a link on the original post for online options on those rocks. They look great in so many ways, in a vase or on a mantel or table. They are a favorite of ours. the link to the original post is listed at the end of this Hometalk post. Thanx & Happy Spring!

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