Spring Easter Bunny Wreath for Less Than $10

I wanted something that screamed spring for my front door so I made this adorable easy to make Easter bunny wreath.
Here's a picture of a finished "mini" version that I put up inside of my home.
The supplies are very cheap and I picked them all up at Walmart:

•2 wreaths (1 small for the head and 1 larger for the body)

•floral wire

•glue gun

•plastic eggs

•ribbon (I used a few different kinds)

•Spanish moss

•flower clip for the side of the bunny's ear
First wire the head and body wreaths together using floral wire.
Glue plastic eggs on the body with hot glue in a pattern to your liking.
Next bend pieces of floral wire in half and into the shape of rabbit ears and place the ends of the wire in between the grape vines and simply hot glue to hold in place.
I hung the wreath up on a doorknob to make the next steps easier. I clipped the flower clip on next to one of the ears and started hot gluing Spanish moss all over the wreath. I find this helps to soften the wreath and make it look more like a furry rabbit. It also helps to blend the wreath with the ears since I cover the wire ears with hot glued Spanish moss and leaves and twigs that have fallen off the wreath during the whole process (lots and lots of "stuff" falls off the wreath while you make it, so have your broom handy!).
After all the Spanish moss gluing I tied a pretty ribbon around the rabbit's neck. I used three different sparkly ribbons (oh, how I love sparkles). I also found some tiny sparkly eggs at Salvo so I glued one of those in the middle of the flower clip to make it pop. This wreath was very easy to make and looks great with all my Easter/Spring décor!
Here's a picture of a larger version I made last year for my front door.
And here's a picture of the wreath I made for my mother in law last year. Both wreaths have weathered out last spring and this spring very well. They are both on covered porches but it's very windy and rainy and the weather can change from 30's and snow to 70's and sunny during the course of a couple days during spring in the Midwest, so I'm pretty impressed by my homemade wreaths. Visit my blog if you want to see more pictures and a full tutorial :).
Thrifty Artsy Girl
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  • Love love love it!!!! Thank you

  • Candy Candy on Feb 07, 2016
    Just want to say this is a great wreath. When I made mine I put s little pink felt on the ears. So cute. And I was able to find everything at the Dollar Tree. Thanks for awesome inspiration.