DIY Moss Covered Tin Can

DIY Moss Covered Tin Can Tutorial

Today’s project of my Easter Countdown 2017 is a very easy and cheap upcycling project: Upcylce a tin can with fresh moss. You’ll just have to take a walk in the woods and gather some fresh moss. 😀 A moss-covered tin can looks beautiful as vase or flowerpot.

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You’ll need:

  • empty tin can
  • fresh moss
  • crochet thread or twine

Wash the tin can with soap and water – be careful not to cut yourself on the sharp edge of the can. Place a piece of moss on the tin can. Wrap crochet thread around the can to secure the moss, then add another piece of moss. Continue till the tin can is covered with moss. Now just add some spring flowers and you’ll have a beautiful spring decoration! 😀

49 thoughts on “DIY Moss Covered Tin Can

  1. This is lovely, A couple of these would look great by the front door at Easter to welcome guests. Thanks for sharing at #HandmadeMonday

  2. I love moss! I’ve covered eggs, but never a tin can. Cute idea! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  3. I love moss and covering a tin can is a great idea! I can hardly wait for spring. Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  4. This is so sweet. I live in the woods so there is plenty of free moss. I am really inspired by this project. Thanks for sharing this great idea. I am sure a few of these will be popping up in my farmhouse this spring.

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