In an effort to bring the outdoors in (sans insects) and add a little color to my bedroom, I decided to give these DIY Moss Topiaries a try. I found them a while back on a blog that I follow and you can get the instructions here.
You will need the following:
- Styrofoam topiary form
- Terracotta pot
- Packaged moss
- Hot glue gun/glue
In the blog I followed, she suggested using the moss that comes in little squares and cutting them up and gluing them on, but I think using the loose moss might be a bit easier. But I used the sheet moss so what do I know.
Basically I just cut various sized pieces of the moss and hot glued them on the styrofoam balls so it would look natural and messy. Don’t forget to cover the base in moss as well.
Then I painted the pots with some acrylic paint to go along with my color scheme and that was that.
The link above provides more in depth instructions if you want to try this out yourself but they are a great spring/summer addition for home décor!
I also made these little canvases just by messily painting strokes of various yellows. For each stripe I added a little white or a little gray (which is how I accidentally ended up with green-oops! Guess I missed the “mixing colors” day in art class in 7th grade.)