Moss Covered Monogram

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Okay, with that said, now let's move on to even more exciting stuff!

I thought creating this easy and inspired moss covered monogram would be fun to add to our home for some Spring pizzazz!

Its super easy to make.

All you need is your own monogram which you can find at any craft store even at Target. I basically used one that we've had for quite a while now and wasn't to fond of so I thought I'd cover it up with hopes of me liking it more this way. Which I definitely do now.

You'll also need some moss which you can choose any type you want, but I found that this one here was already layed out and easy to use.  You won't use it all, which is nice because I like to have extra for other projects.
It was easy to apply and less messy than most but be warned, this is a messy project, so make room and prep your work area.

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