Looking for a fun way to incorporate some Spring touches into your decor? This moss covered vase is a great way to add some Spring color and texture to your space and an inexpensive way to update a simple glass vase!
I love using dried moss for Spring and Summer! It adds so much texture and subtle, neutral color so I’m always looking for ways to incorporate it! I’ll take you step by step through the easy process of turning a simple clear glass vase into a statement piece!
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First, open the sheet of moss and spread evenly, opening any folded pieces. There is always a “green” side that should be used on the outside of projects and a “brown” side which i consider to be the back of the moss.
Next use the glue gun to add glue to the back of a section of the moss. Then add E6000 glue directly onto the vase. From previous experience, glue from a glue gun does not hold up well over time on glass and can easily be removed. I recommend using the glue gun to hold the moss in place while the E6000 glue dries and has a more permanent adherence.
After applying the glue, place the section of moss directly onto the vase pressing firmly with your hand and shaping as needed. Repeat the process until the entire vase is covered.
Since the moss is only on the outside of the vase, you can still fill it with water for fresh flowers!
I created a short video of the process on Instagram that you can watch by clicking here. I’d love to see your creations, so please tag me on social media or send me a message!