Bunny Wreath Tutorial! {Easter Craft Ideas}

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I LOVE this Bunny Wreath!!!   This is actually the second Bunny Wreath that I have made so far.  The first one was claimed by my mother right after I finished it! :P  This one I am giving to my sister since she seemed a little jealous that my mom got one and she didn’t.  Now I am wishing that I had bought even more supplies to make myself one because my other spring wreath I started broke in half (you’ll notice that it is in three parts because I was mad at it…haha).

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I’ll eventually start it all over again.  Maybe I’ll hot glue it back or just use a fun noodle! :P

Now back to the Bunny Wreath!

What you will need:

2 thin 6 inch grapevine wreaths (mine were from Hobby Lobby and came tied together)

1- 8 inch Vine Wreath (see mine at Hobby Lobby)

1- 10 inch Vine Wreath (see mine from Hobby Lobby)

26 gauge brown (preferably) or green floral wire

4 feet of 1 inch ribbon in color of choice

tiny flowers and vines to stick around the wreath (see my choices:  pink flowers, orange flowers and green spray)

See the video Tutorial here:

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Begin by taking the 6 inch wreaths and separating them (if they are together).  Then squeeze them at both ends until you crack them a little and they start to form a point at both ends.  You may need to wrap the end with a little floral wire to make it more narrow.

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Take some more floral wire and connect the 8 inch wreath with the 10 inch wreath.  Use as much wire as you need to ensure a tight fit.  Secure by twisting or tying into a knot.

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Attach the two 6 inch wreaths to the top of the 8 inch wreath.  Secure with floral wire.

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Hot glue the stems and flowers around each wreath.

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For the ribbon use a strip that just fits around the “neck part” where the 8 inch wreath meets the 10 inch wreath.  Hot glue to secure and then wrap a little wire to “scrunch” it where the ends are glued together (this is where the bow will go).

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Attach the bow with some hot glue to the scrunched part.  Then you are finished!!! SO adorable!

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Hopefully you will think ahead and grab enough supplies to make two or three… because everyone will love this!!! ;)

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Comments

  1. says

    This is beyond cute!! I wish I had more time in the week to craft and come up with things like this, my house would be a mess of spring and things like this right now if I did. (So maybe it’s good that I don’t, on second thought.)

  2. says

    That is absolutely adorable! I love all the colors, and I love grapevine wreaths. I’m giggling at your broken wreath, in 3 parts, though. Crafting definitely has its moments. lol Thanks so much for linking up to Inspire Me Wednesday, Rachel! Featuring this in this week’s issue.:)

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  4. says

    Hi Rachel. Just wanted to let you know that I featured this post on my Facebook page during April and people loved it. It made it into the top 20 for the month, of which I always do a round up. So today I’ve featured you on my blog as well (link below). Thanks for such an awesome post! http://craftsbyamanda.com/2014/05/great-craft-ideas-may-2014.html Also, just wanted to let you know that I’m having a really hard time viewing the images on this post. Several are broken, including the main image of the finished wreath. Just thought you would want to know!

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