20 responses

  1. Bethany
    July 23, 2012

    This is definitely my favorite piece in your secret garden! :)

  2. Niki {Hello Paper Moon}
    July 23, 2012

    It’s amazing! I just absolutely love it. It would be a neat piece inside the home too.

    Sorry about your first attempt, although it seems it would have worked if not for record highs this summer.

  3. Anja
    July 23, 2012

    Looks really great! Moss graffiti sounds great in theory, but playing with dirt was never my idea of fun, so I guess that’s a no for me. Sorry that it didn’t work out for you after all the effort! With dried moss, you might even keep one indoors. I could imagine it’ll look great with a christmasy decoration!

  4. keri @ shaken together
    July 23, 2012

    This turned out SO gorgeous and I love that you shared the fail (for now!) and the final project!

  5. shirley@motivatedmommyoftwo
    July 23, 2012

    wow what a great project, not sure I could have not the first one.

  6. Natalie @ A Turtle’s Life for Me
    July 23, 2012

    Wow, you are a determined girl! Good for you because it is gorgeous and worth all the effort (says the girl who put in no effort!)!!

  7. Danni Baird
    July 23, 2012

    Good for you for not giving up! Your final attempt looks gorgeous! (Years ago I ruined my blender making moss for a project that failed….double fail!)

  8. KimS
    August 21, 2012

    Love it love it love it!!! Thanks for the fantastic tutorial. Your secret room is beautiful! Hooray for you!

  9. kelley
    November 21, 2012

    I just stumbled upon your site. May I say…I just LOVE everything on here, U inspire me!!! thank you for sharing all of your ideas i’M HOOKED!!!!!!!!!

  10. Peter
    January 14, 2013

    I share your thoughts from your first paragraph. I want to try this moss graffiti, but it sounds everyone just talks about it, noone is actually doing it. There are about 15 pictures circulating on the net altogether.
    So your post was a refreshment. although hearing about the failed attempt is not good :( Have you re-tried since? did it work this time?


  11. Ann
    February 4, 2013

    Your secret garden is to die for, especially since I live in Arizona & mine would be filled with cacti, hehe. Just a thought for anyone wishing to try the moss project. Seal your masonry/brick/stucco first. This way any moisture won’t be lost to the walls versus the moss.

  12. cassie {hisugarplum}
    February 19, 2013

    This is such a cool project! I know it was a pain…but so worth it!! For us anyway! :)

  13. Screendoorgirl 3
    March 25, 2013

    Absolutely amazing! I admire your fortitude. This is so unique and pretty, it must bring you a lot of joy. I have your “secret” garden pinned , and I refer to it often. Great job ! Thanks…

  14. Terry Wayne
    May 10, 2013

    I love this, and am planning on trying it for a joint mothers’ – fathers’ day gift at my parents house. I emailed you with a question, but I thought I would post here too… just trying to ask someone who has done it and failed before I go do it for the first time.

    Thanks in advance, even if you get to me after I have started. I plan on spending more time on this site!!!

  15. Ness McC
    September 20, 2013

    Wow, this mirrors my experience with moss art exactly, except that I started on plywood. I think I’ll try once more to grow it but I’d that doesn’t work, I’ll definitely try your method- thanks!

  16. Fabian
    September 22, 2013

    Hi, I’m thinking of doing up some moss art to hang in my bedroom and I’ve a few questions! Does it stink when the moss is fully grown? Also, does it attract any pests?

    I live in Singapore and we have crazy high humidity all year long so I think growing the moss would be easy; it’s just the maintenance after that that worries me.


  17. Yifeng
    October 3, 2013

    Great stuff! Your work is amazing! What advice might you have for installing something like this indoors? I would like to do something on an interior wall, but because I don’t want to damage the wall I’m trying to find a medium on which to mount the moss. Do you think a cork board might work, for example? Thanks!

  18. Natalie
    March 9, 2014

    Thank you so kindly for your tutorial! For the longest time I’ve been looking for inspiration for piece of art to go over the box that will hold out outdoor tv cabinet on the patio. This is it! I cannot wait to get this project started. I will send you my final result. Thanks again!

  19. Marissa
    March 11, 2014

    I go to Purdue University, and my group in the Honors College is doing a moss graffiti project. I was wondering, when you were figuring out how much gel you needed, what did you go off of?

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