Feeling the need to creatively express yourself in a public space? Make an artistic statement with some DIY moss graffiti

Street Art 101: How to Make Moss Graffiti

Feeling the need to creatively express yourself in a public space? Make an artistic statement with some DIY moss graffiti (Diy Garden Crafts)

Make this moss mixture and brush on to the desired surface to grow moss anywhere, in any shape or pattern

Living Moss Graffiti, now this cant be destroyed because it is a living plant and therefore this graffiti has to stay up.and it gives oxygen.

DIY Living Moss Paint Graffiti by popularmechanics: Paint moss onto a wall and cultivate it. #Moss_Paint #DIY #popularmechanics

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DIY Living Moss Paint Graffiti: Paint moss onto a wall and cultivate it.

This is absolute genius. And the recipe is incredibly simple...  3 cups warm water  3 handfuls moss  2 tb  water retention powder  1/2 cup buttermilk  Pulse in a blender. Paint on surface & mist weekly

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When I have my own brick walls outside.Moss paint: You’ll need several handfuls of moss, of buttermilk or a can of beer and a teaspoon of sugar. Mix in a blender until liquid and paint on the wall. Spray daily as it grows, as moss thrives when moist.

Moss is a small green photosynthetic plant with some extra special properties!

Moss is a small green photosynthetic plant . so growing moss indoors will not only help to maintain humidity levels that don’t promote the spread of diseases, but will also serve to clean those disease particles from the air.

moss graffiti: http://ourlittlegreendot.com/diy-moss-graffiti-paint-results/

DIY Moss Graffiti Paint Results

I was so inspired by these images and making what’s called “moss graffiti paint“ a mixture of moss, water and buttermilk.

How to Make Moss Paint

Mix up moss paint to create a living art installation. Paint any designs you want — then watch them grow green over time. For more creative gardening projects, visit P&G everyday today!

Live Moss Paint: In a blender, mix 2 cups live moss with 2 cups live cultured buttermilk or plain yogurt.  Brush it onto an unglazed  flower pot. Place in the shade & mist daily. Will start to green up in a week to 10 days.  This mossy milkshake can actually be painted on any porous surface, like an outdoor fountain or rock wall. It just needs to be kept moist, preferably in the shade to stay green and happy :)

Want to make DIY Moss Covered Pots? Here's a simple recipe for live moss paint using easy-to-find ingredients. In a blender, mix 2 cups of live moss with 2 cups

Moss Paint.  Now you can "paint" moss into any design, then watch it grow!

Make Moss Graffiti

DIY: MOSS GRAFFITI Moss graffiti, also called eco-graffiti or green graffiti, paints with a paintbrush and a moss “paint” that can grow on its own.

How to Make Moss Covered Garden Pots  great for gardens and fairy houses  even Garden statues , Rocks and much more just remember Moss loves north facing light and partial shade and water and just leave it alone to do its magic   It's also extremely forgiving and requires little to no maintenance. It's soft on your feet if used as a ground cover, stays green throughout colder months, and is really easy to propagate.

How To Grow Your Own Moss

How to Make Moss Covered Garden Pots great for gardens and fairy houses even Garden statues , Rocks and much more just remember Moss loves north facing light and partial shade and water and just leave it alone to do its magic It's also extremely forgiving

How to make moss graffiti - Guide to making graffiti with moss step-by-step

How to Make Moss Graffiti - The Step by Step "Grow" Guide

Moss Graffiti: Growing On A Wall Near You. What a wonderfully natural way to decorate the outside

❧ How to Get Moss to Grow on Rocks, Bricks or Pots --- Moss Making Recipe: * 2 cups buttermilk or plain yogurt. * 1 - 1 1/2 cups of chopped-up moss (Fresh or Dried).  Mix until creamy and spreadable. If the mixture is too thick, add a small amount of water. If it’s too thin, add more moss.  Paint the mixture onto the new surface. You can allow the mixture to sit for a day or two, to start the process. You may get mold first, but by about week 6 you should see signs of moss.

How to Grow a Carpet of Moss

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