So for those of you wondering just what the deal is with these earthy, moss-covered wreaths, here are the facts. They are commonly made from grapevine and natural elements. The feathers and broken eggshells (I’m guessing) symbolize Spring, rebirth, and resurrection. They are often displayed on a tabletop. And they are wreaths. Made for Easter.
But in my home, they are Paaskrans.
step 1 – add moss to wreath
I selected an oblong shaped grapevine wreath, as I plan to place this on the center of my dining table (which is also oblong). Using a hot glue gun, add pieces of dried moss to the wreath, giving it a woodsy effect.