Pottery Barn Knock Off DIY Moss Ball - Dollar Tree

3 Materials
$12
1 Hour
Easy

I’ve had this project in mind for a while; I bought moss at the Dollar Tree almost one month ago, for only a dollar, can you believe it!? My only regret is that I only bought one bag, silly me! The beautiful moss balls from Pottery Barn inspired this project which I believe to be perfect décor for spring or summer. As you’ll see in the video tutorial this is an easy project where most of the material can be found at the dollar store (moss, balls, twine) making it fun and super affordable.
Watch the video above to learn how I made these Pottery Barn Knock Off Moss Balls. You could always just follow this step-by-step guide.


I'm using plastic balls because I found a good deal, 3 balls for $1 at the Dollar Tree, but you could use styrofoam balls.
Loosen the moss. If you're using moss from the Dollar Tree I recommend cutting it to get the best results.
Spread tacky glue all over the ball, be generous.
Press the moss onto the glue.
When you are done covering the balls spray adhesive or hair spray 
to avoid losing moss.
I hope you like this DIY. Don’t forget to visit my blog, subscribe to my YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/LatinMorocha and follow me on my social media, see you soon Chau Chau!


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