Welcome to the second installation of the Best of DIY Tour where 24 of my friends and I are sharing some of our newest projects!
I am hosting Easter at my house this year, and while I have already decorated the inside of the house, my front door was still looking a little bare. I wanted to make an Easter wreath, but didn’t have a lot of extra time to devote to it, so I decided on something quick and easy.
Here is what I used:
- Some artificial hydrangeas,
- A moss covered bunny (I got this at Michael’s for 40% off)
- A roll of floral wire,
- A pipe cleaner, and
- A roll of ribbon.
I chopped down the stems on the flowers with a wire cutter. I then used floral wire to attached them to the wreath. Make sure that your flowers are placed low enough that your bunny will show.
Next, I hot glued my bunny on.
I then tied a loop around the top of my wreath, making a knot. I used my bow maker to make my bow, and then attached it to the loop with a pipe cleaner.
This was super easy and took less than 15 minutes to do!
Some of my past spring wreaths:
Jill Flory says
Darling! I love how the bunny is tucked behind the flowers.
Yvonne @ StoneGable says
This is my kind of project. It has lots of WOW power and is easy to put together! That little bunny was icing on the cake… or should I say wreath!
Thank you Yvonne! Have a wonderful week!
What a lovely wreath! Perfect for spring and Easter.
Christy@Confessions of a Serial Do-it-Yourselfer says
Super cute, Shanna! I love that three tiered flower bucket wreath too, I don’t remember ever seeing that one! XO
So cute! This is perfect for Easter.
Nancy @ Artsy Chicks Rule says
So sweet Shanna! Love the bunny…perfect touch! 🙂
Super duper sweet! That little bunny is darling hiding in the flowers! Jeanette
Julie @ Restyle Relove says
Hi Shanna, we are thrilled to be featuring you at Shabbilicious Friday tomorrow! 🙂 Julie
Thank you so much Julie!