I love a good topiary in pretty much any shape or size. I’ve made all kinds of them & shared them with you since I started this blog, and my latest ones are part of my Valentine decor (coming soon).

These little letter topiaries have endless possibilities & they’re super-easy to make.

I started with these chipboard letters from Hobby Lobby, found near the scrapbook supplies. You could also cut a letter from sturdy cardboard or use a wooden one.

Next, I painted them green with a little craft paint.

Once they were dry, I heated up the glue gun & covered each letter with this dried floral moss…

Next, I used a stick from my yard, cut into equal lengths, to make the little trunks. Another blob on hot glue holds the letter to the top of the stick.

Then, I secured them into my little containers with styrofoam & covered it with a little more moss.

I’m telling you–super easy! Everybody needs a mossy-intial topiary, right? I’m going to get my “R” as soon as I can get back to Hobby Lobby.

Wouldn’t this make a cute housewarming gift? Make one for yourself & a friend, too. I’ll meet you in the moss aisle!

For more topiary ideas, click here. And stay tuned…you never know what I’m going to be covering with moss around here next.

Meanwhile, I’m sharing this little project with a few of these crafty sites! Check them out!