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How to create Pottery Barn moss letters



This week, I created Moss letters…

These were recreated from an original Pottery Barn inspiration. You can purchase these for $79 each or make your own!




Instant green works great for this project.










I laid the letter on the moss and cut around the edges to overhang.





You can pick up moss at Jo Ann fabrics with a 40% off coupon, for about $7.00.



I glued the moss on the letters with a hot glue gun.






I hung each letter from a brown ribbon onto a stick.







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  1. Thanks for hosting. I love that moss; I think I might have to try some eventually.

  2. I LOVE the moss letters. I’ve seen those letters at hobby lobby so many times but couldn’t think of the right thing to cover them in. This is perfect. Now i just have to think of what to spell out. Thanks for sharing!
    meg

    • yayy ! i was wondering because where to get the letters wasnt mentioned! woo ! so hobby lobby for letters and joann for moss ! :-)

  3. That’s absolutely beautiful!

  4. The letters look wonderful hung off the stick, great idea! Thanks for hosting.

  5. that’s pretty awesome!

  6. Love those letters! Never knew moss came like that, thanks for the tip!

  7. Hi there…I’m a “newish” follower…love your style! The moss letters are great and I love them hanging from the twig…too cute!
    Thanks for hosting…I’m all linked up :) Laurel@chippingwithcharm

  8. I’m going to have to look for that moss! I didn’t know you can buy it in rolls/sheets! Your letters look great. :)

  9. Love it Toni! Especially the way you hung them.

  10. You have SUCH a great eye, Toni! I love everything that you do! :-)

  11. Thank you for hosting the party!

    I’ve seen some moss covered letters in blogland but you really gave it a great extra touch by hanging them from a branch! Fabulous!

  12. Those letters look great! Thanks for hosting!

    Cara

    http://miscellaneousme.wordpress.com

  13. Wow, that’s really pretty!

  14. I LOVE your letters!! Thanks for showing us how to do it!! :) Thanks for hosting! :)

  15. This is super cute! Thanks for hosting and I definitely want to try these out for my dining room!

    Kristi @ A Nest in the Making

  16. I have never seen those before. What a cool idea. Looks so modern and rustic at the same time.

  17. Hi Toni!

    These are great! I like how you have them displayed, also. Very cute!

    I’ll have to come by and join your link party, next week. Off to take a look.

    Hope you are having a good week! :) ~M

  18. I’m lovin’ the moss letters!! I featured your numbered jars today over at Sassy Sites! Stop by when you get a chance. Happy Wednesday!! xoxo!!

  19. That’s a great idea the letter with moss! I’m your newest follower on GFC, Facebook, Twitter, email and I voted for you at the Picket Fence!

    Hope you have a great day! Stop by sometime if you get a chance!

    Cindy
    PurpleĀ Froggie Clay Stuff

  20. Love the DIY project and site! I am a constant project girl, so I love the inspiration to keep going. I’m running out of room in my house!

    http://www.myabcsoup.blogspot.com

    -brittany

  21. hi toni
    Love the moss letters. Where do i find a joanne’s coupon? Everyone keeps talking about them and either we don’t get the mailer here or I couldn’t find it online. Love your blog. already a follower… laura

  22. I love love the moss letters!!

  23. OMG! what a genious idea! you have a great mind for DIY projects.

  24. Can I ask where you got the letters?

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