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DIY Halloween Moss Creatures

Turn your home into a haunted midnight garden with these DIY Halloween Moss Creatures!

Materials:

DIY Halloween Moss Creatures Materials

How to:

Step 1: Blend your moss until it is almost a powder-like texture and pour it into a medium-size bowl. Note: I have found that synthetic moss does not stick as well with the glue

Step 2: Using your Elmer’s spray adhesive, coat your plastic creature in glue

Step 3: Place the creature in the bowl and toss around the moss so it covers completely. If there are any spots not covered, wait for the glue to dry and then add a second coat!

Pro-tip: If you have any leftover moss from these DIY Magic Potion Drink Bottles be sure to check out our DIY Magic Potion Drink Bottles post!

Step 4: Allow your DIY Halloween Moss Creatures to dry completely and then shake over the garbage to get off any access moss!

DIY Halloween Moss Creatures finished

Place your DIY Halloween Moss Creatures around your house or on your Midnight Garden inspired table! (Find our tutorial here!)

DIY Halloween Moss Creatures Set up

About the Creator!

Austin Riel is an interior designer based in Los Angeles. Over the years Austin has worked in Hospitality and Events working with great teams producing events from fashion to premieres to retail pop-up spaces.

What has always been a hobby and side gig’s designing his friends’ apartments and homes he has now been able to turn his hobby into a career. He has always had a keen eye for design. With his knowledge, he gained from the events and hospitality industry and working for a boutique design firm building out retail spaces he has been able to take what he has taught himself and learned into what he creates now. 

You can follow Austin on Instagram @austinriel to see more designs, renovations, and home makeovers!

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