beachy twist on a monogram moss wreath

I made this monogram moss wreath this spring {tutorial here} and I still adore it! I want to add a little beachy twist to make it festive for the summer! What better way to give that beachy feeling that a sea star!?!

I picked this guy up at Michaels and hot glued some thumb tacks on the back.

Let it dry and pushed it into the wreath.

So EASY and I love the look!

Linked up here


  1. says

    This is so cute! I love the look of moss but then the addition of the starfish and I am in love! I hope you will come by and link up for the challenge this week on my blog. The challenge is “Life at the Beach” challenge. It starts tonight so come on by.
    I am also pinning on the board I created for this challenge. I will also share on FB. Love your blog!
    If you are ever interested in being a guest judge, let me know. I would love to have you.
    email me if you are interested,

  2. says

    Along with above commentor I too love beachy/coastal. This looks so great, love the moss and the thumbtacks, perfect embellishment. I didn’t know it was a monogram, just thought it was a wreath. I always like a wreath shape in other forms besides a circle. Think I’ll have to make this just pretend it’s just a wreath. I won’t tell if you won’t. Love your really cute wreath and the shell star. I’ll have to get one of those with a coupon, not too cheap really. I have a couple but the arms got broken off. Great project, glad you shared on Inspiration Gallery link party

  3. says

    That wreath is gorgeous-I love anything coastal too!

    If you have a minute to spare I’d be so thrilled if you could share this post at my weekly Say G’day linky party. It’s on right now and this post would be a perfect addition!

    Best wishes,
    Natasha in Oz


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