Here’s a collection of 25 DIY moss projects that are perfect for spring and Easter!
Everything from wreaths and eggs to banners and flower pots are included…even cookies!
Moss Is A Boss
I think moss is not only so darn pretty, but it’s also quite versatile.
It can be used in every type of home decor, especially the modern farmhouse variety that we have going on in our humble abode.
It’s inexpensive and comes in a variety of colors and textures.
I even used it to create a fun moss-filled monogram wall decor piece that’s hanging in our bedroom.
25 DIY Moss Projects for Spring & Easter
Check out these 25 inspiring moss projects that are perfect for Spring and Easter!
Simply glue a sheet of moss onto an MDF Peep-style bunny, add a fluffy twine tail and a burlap bow, and voila! Instant Easter door hanger.
Here's a smaller version that's placed in a colorful frame and embellished with ribbon and a cute chalkboard message!
This is a similar idea, but instead of hanging it from your door, attach it to a base so it becomes a standup piece of decor that's perfect for a mantel.
Create a neutral moss-covered wreath with some criss-crossed twine and a sweet mini bird's nest.
How about this unique door hanger idea: Turn a basket on its side and fill it with some springtime natural elements.
If you're not into neutrals then this colorful moss and speckled egg wreath is probably right up your alley! (It has a matching tree, too!)
This wreath is kinda the best of both worlds: A neutral moss base with spunky bright flowers. The rustic greeting is a nice touch, too. Plus, there are lots of other examples for how to style it!
This moss-covered letter idea is similar to the bunny door hanger above, and it's a great way to personalize any front porch with your family's initial! It would also make a great gift idea, too.
This moss-covered monogram/character idea would look great on a bookshelf or mantel for spring and beyond!
Instead of a solo moss-covered letter, put it on a stick and turn it into a festive topiary!
Here's another version! I think this idea would be really cute for a spring- or nature-themed birthday party, or even for house numbers on an outdoor project.
Talk about perfect spring decor for farmhouse lovers! This potted moss sphere is SO simple to make too.
Same idea here, but use a decorative sphere instead!
This idea is really simple: Just fill an existing centerpiece base with some moss and candles and suddenly it's perfect for a spring table setting and Easter dinner.
Use moss for the base of a banner and embellish it with some glitter letters for unlimited spring-time decorating possibilities!
Felt ball garlands are all the rage, and here's a fun moss version for spring!
This egg decorating idea has such a great combination of fun quirkiness and natural elements.
Here's another way to use moss for decorating Easter eggs: cover them completely then add cute mini succulents! They look oh so fancy.
For a simpler version, just cover plain ol' plastic Easter eggs for a fun spring centerpiece idea!
Use moss as a background in a framed faux floral piece of art.
Similar idea here, but use half moss and half floral paper for a fun pop of color!
Reverse the idea and cover the frame itself in moss instead!
Update boring flower pots by covering them in moss for a completely natural look.
Try adding fun designs with the moss or only covering a portion of flower pots too for fun variety!
I know this isn't a food blog, but I just had to include this fun idea too: how about some DIY spring and Easter cookies decorated with edible faux moss?!?
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