- stem or wire cutter
- hot glue
- 1 – rectangle moss base
- 2 – 1″ ribbons
- 1 – 2.5″ ribbons
- 2 – 60919 stems
- 2 – daisy filler stems (63428)
- 2 – pansy butterfly stems (63379)
- 2 – 10″ galvanized planters
- 2 – blocks of foam
Butterfly Garden Moss Wreath
- 1 rectangle moss base
- 2 1" ribbons
- 1 2.5" ribbons
- 2 60919 stems
- 2 daisy filler stems 63428
- 2 pansy butterfly stems 63379
- 2 10" galvanized planters
- 2 blocks of foam
Prep the container
- Cut foam to fit snuggly into the container.
- Line the bottom of foam block with felt. It's gonna allow that glue to adhere to that metal a little bit better.
- Glue the foam block to the felt.
- Glue the entire piece foam side down into the container.
- Trim and separate floral bushes.
- Separate the ferns from the 60919. You'll use those towards the end of the project.
- Fluff out the stems.
Add floral stems to containers
- Add your stems into the foam block in each container, starting with the 60919.
- Secure with hot glue.
Add containers to moss base
- Determine where you'll place containers.
- Use a metal whole punch to create spots to fish wire through and attach to base.
- Super glue at additional points to ensure containers stay in place.
Touch up with florals and bows
- On each open corner of the base add a floral stem. Bend them outward in opposite directions so they have a center point. (Don't worry the bare centers will be covered by a bow)
- Take your 1.5" ribbon, and measure out (2) 11" loops, pinching and twisting.
- Next bring in the next 1.5" ribbon, and create (4) 12" loops.
- Last add your 2.5" ribbon, creating (2) 14" loops
- Zip tie your layers together.
- Fluff out your bow.
- Curl your tails.
- Attach at the center point of the stems you just added to each corner.
- Add the ferns from the 60919 around the bow areas.
You can substitute the grapevine moss form with a 14"-16" oval grapevine base.