The project above is my first since welcoming both spring and the awakening of my creative spirit.
This is a super easy and inexpensive project that can be easily completed in an hour.
The supplies you will need are:
-Wooden cutout in the shape of your choice (Rabbit is from Michael's)
-Green acrylic paint
-Sheet moss ( I found mine in the floral section of Wal-Mart)
-Glue gun/glue sticks (not pictured)
Having worked with moss in past projects, I know it isn't the most reliable material to work with. With this in mind I painted the wood (rabbit) green to match the color of the sheet moss. That way if any of the moss shifted any gaps/bare spots wouldn't be as obvious as if I had left the wood unpainted.
The next step is as simple as taking a hot glue gun, a handful of glue sticks and start gluing your moss down. You will be tearing/cutting the moss, which can get quite messy, so I highly recommend doing this step outdoors if at all possible.
Once I had my moss glued down, I took some scissors and gave the moss a little trim to clean up any excess around the edges.
The only thing left to do is hang your finished project and enjoy!