Easter Bunny Wreath

This weekend really felt like Spring. The sun was out on Sunday and it was in the fifties! It made me want to add a few touches of Spring to my house so after seeing different variations of bunny wreaths on Instagram, I decided to take my shot at making one myself.

I bought a 10″ grapevine wreath, 2 8″ grapevine wreaths (similar to these), white pompoms, and I already had the burlap.

Easter wreath

I first broke apart one of the smaller wreaths and cut it in half using scissors. I bent the ends together and used tie wire to hold them together at the bottoms. They kept breaking apart on me so I kept redoing the wire and adding more.

Easter wreath

Then I attached the larger wreath with the smaller one using the same wire wrapped around them to hold them together. I attached the ears the same way with the wire but I also used hot glue.

Easter wreath

I hot glued the white pompoms on the larger bottom wreath. I cut the pompom up into smaller, thinner pieces and randomly hot glued those onto the smaller top wreath and ears.

Easter wreath

And lastly, I made a bow out of the burlap and hot glued that in the middle to hide where the wire was holding the wreaths together. I was planning on hanging it on my front door but gave up after 20 minutes of searching for my wreath hook. So this little bunny’s place for now is on my front entryway table.

Easter wreath

Halfway through making it, I almost stopped because I was thinking maybe I should have made a more generic Spring wreath rather than an Easter one so I could use it more. But this only cost me $13 in supplies and was quick and easy to make. Plus the bunny is cute. Worth it! Happy Spring everyone!

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