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It might be cold and dreary out right now, but soon spring will arrive and bring greenery and warm weather. If you have a green thumb and artistic talent, you’ll want to get a pen and paper, because this craft is for you. “Moss Graffiti” is basically exactly what it sounds like, and you can learn how to do it with these easy wikiHow steps.

First, you will need these ingredients:

1. A small handful of moss
2. 2 cups of buttermilk or plain yogurt
3. 2 cups of water
4. 1/2 tsp. sugar
5. Corn syrup

Step One: Find the moss

You can find moss outside on damp surfaces, or you can buy it at a garden centre.




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Step Two: Prepare the most by washing as much soil out of the roots.

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Step Two: Break the moss and place it in a blender

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Step Three: Add buttermilk/yogurt, water, and sugar. Optionally, add corn syrup to thicken paste

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Step Four: Pour the mixture into the bucket. Remember, do not overblend because you want the moss to stay intact.

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Step Five: Now it is time for the graffiti! Dump the mixture into a bucket and grab a paintbrush

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Step Six: After painting your creation, check back weekly to see the progress. If you spray your design with water, it will encourage the moss to grow

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Once you get the hang of it, you can do things like this…

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Source:

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