At the shop I have a lot of moss squares for sale. These can be used a variety of ways, but I wasn’t having any luck selling them. So, I decided to do something with them. Since I’m always changing out my vignettes, I wanted something portable.
In my pile of junk I had two green pieces of wood. I had actually removed them from a homemade drop leaf table. I liked the size and since they were green I figure that they would be the perfect background for my moss.
This project was super easy. I laid out the moss and stapled it onto the boards. I was then ready to mount it to the wall. The section of wall I wanted to place it on had a lamp cord in the way. To remedy that I added wooden spools, which I have tons of, behind the boards to keep the boards off the wall. Doing this did require some extra long screws, but luckily I had some in my stash.
Here’s a little video showing what I’m trying to explain…CLICK HERE.
If you’d like to see how I created this dresser vignette, CLICK HERE.
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