Make a Mossy Valentine's Wreath. - The Magic Onions

Make a Mossy Valentine’s Wreath.

Don’t you just LOVE moss? I do!! So, because I LOVE moss so much, I thought it would be fun to make a mossy wreath for Valentine’s Day. Mr T helped me.
Moss wreath for Valentine's Day
We needed:
* a heart shaped wreath (vine, polystyrene or make your own from foam)
* glue
* dried moss (found at craft stores)
*a drawing pin

Begin by squeezing copious amounts of glue over the wreath frame.

Supplies needed to make our mossy heart wreath for Valentine's DayAsk a little boy to spread the glue evenly using a stick.
Moss wreath for Valentine's DayBreak the moss into small bits and stick it onto the gluey heart frame.
Make sure all sides become covered in moss.
Where parts of the frame still show, add little blobs of glue and then cover with moss.
When the whole heart frame is covered in moss, let the glue dry in the sun.
When the glue is dry and the moss is stuck fast, ask a little girl to trim the moss. Trim off all the straggly bits, maintaining the heart shape.
Tie the ribbon into a bow.
Use the drawing pin to secure the hanging ribbon onto the mossy heart wreath.
Hang up your pretty mossy wreath for Valentine’s Day.
Heart shaped moss wreath for Valentine's DayIt looks LOVE-ly! And the best part is that we all had fun making it together… isn’t that what love is all about?

Blessings and magic.
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Donni Webber is the mom behind the popular natural living Waldorf website and blog, The Magic Onions - where the magic of nature and the wonder of childhood collide to make each moment a precious gift. She is a photographer, writer, crafter, wife and mother of two inspiring young children. Her work has been featured in many popular publications, including HGTV, Better Homes and Gardens, Disney and Apartment Therapy.

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  1. I soooo love this! I think I’ll be creating a wreath this week!! thank you for this fabulous idea.

  2. Another wonderful craft some children and a Mama can make together! One of the challenges of designing crafts for children is working with their different levels of coordination and ability…and you’re great at it. Beth

  3. oh I love this and I know my boys will too! Sometimes they are not so interested in pinks, reds doilys, hearts and cutsie v-day stuff!

  4. Its such a simple project, and yet, I never thought of it! I love the choice of green ribbon with the green moss. Really pretty!

    Thank you!

  5. That is super sweet. We tried making one with a feather boa but it didn’t turn out that great. This would be far cuter and look perfect with our home.

  6. I love this idea.

  7. Very sweet. I love how you found a job for each of them to do.

  8. What a great simple project with a spectacular result!

  9. Love! This is a craft project I can actually get accomplished.

    Just as an FYI. I have a picture up of my son holding the adorable, little, pink, knitted kitty I won in your giveaway at He loves his little kitty and has it in a very special place in his rooom.

  10. This wreath is stunning Donni:) Thanks for sharing:)

  11. I really love this! So simple yet so cute.

  12. Love the wreath. It is just perfect for Valentine’s Day!


  13. Love the wreath! It is just perfect for little boys who have no interest in all the fabric and ruffles circulating on the web right now. Thanks for posting!

  14. I remember evan as a kid loving the patches of soft bouncy moss in little patches of shade in the forest. I always imagined a bed of moss to curl up in. Love the moss heart!


  15. Very pretty and inspiring! I think this wreath would look lovely, not only as a heart wreath but a round one,with a little bird nest tucked in it. Your instructions are very clear. I think your little helpers are adorable!

  16. Beautiful!

  17. I just found your blog and fell in love! I can’t wait to check out all your posts! I’m going for the beeswax acorns first!

  18. I love the moss heart!

  19. so simple. so beautiful.

  20. Lovely x

  21. Great tutorial. My 4 year old and I made one for her grandmother who lives local.
    email me if you’d like to see the photos of it.
    We couldn’t find the flat heart so we used a rounded heart. It turned out really well. Thank you so much for the tutorial.
    me at

  22. Just shared this on my blog: Love it, great job!


  23. I love this post! Do you know how long the wreath will last? I wasn’t sure since it was moss, if it could last long. Thanks!

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