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Decorating with Moss Balls
When springtime rolls around, we love decorating with moss balls. They add instant pops of fresh color to any room. One of the best benefits is that they are practically the easiest thing to decorate with. We truly use them year-round in our homes. Let’s take a look!
Mix it up
Use moss balls of different sizes and textures.
Top it Off
Create a topiary, using THIS tutorial.
Fill a farmhouse basket with multiple moss balls.
This creates a beautiful display.
Add a single moss ball to an interesting piece. Here, we topped off a miniature champagne bucket. We have also used them in vintage silver sugar bowls.
When we are out and about (or, when we used to be LOL) inspiration is all around us. This vignette was outside of a home decor shop. This is a great way to try and replicate something similar in your own home.
Keep it Moving
This is the same bowl as above, but it also looks beautiful in the dining room. Feel free to move things around your house. It creates an entirely different look.
Adding a single moss ball to this bird bowl created instant interest. It looks a bit like a bird nest. You can get our three, free Spring printables HERE.
As you can see, these topiaries are used frequently – and in different room, different seasons.
Several years ago we crafted spring moss covered eggs. They made for very cute place settings at Easter.
Think of adding moss balls to a tray or wooden dough bowl.
Our chalk painted bunnies look even more adorable sitting on top of sheet moss and moss balls.
This adorable Easter vignette could not be simpler. An Easter sign, a bunny and a moss ball. Done! Who doesn’t love quick decor?
We hope that you have been inspired today. How do you use moss balls in your home decor?
Don’t forget to pin this to your favorite Pinterest board!