Make a Pretty Easter Bunny Wreath for Spring

Turn your front door into an Easter celebration with a DIY spring wreath. It's so easy to make, you can have it finished in an afternoon.

Project Overview
  • Working Time: 45 minutes
  • Total Time: 45 minutes
  • Skill Level: Kid-friendly

Each spring we embrace the warmer weather by decorating our homes with pretty pastels and bright floral patterns. This year, we’re adding a festive Easter bunny wreath to our springtime Easter decorations. It’s easy to put together and will make your home feel holiday-ready until it's time to prepare this year's at-home Easter dinner.

We'll show you how to make your own bunny wreath form (this trick is genius!) out of two grapevine wreaths. Once you've assembled it, all you have to do is add some of your favorite artificial spring flowers and fill in with faux or dried greenery. Using faux flowers will make your wreath last for years, and you can usually find inexpensive blooms at local craft stores. This grapevine bunny wreath is so cute you won't want to take it down when the holiday is over.

What You'll Need

Equipment / Tools

  • 1 Scissors

Materials

  • 1 Large grapevine wreath
  • 1 Heart-shape grapevine wreath
  • 1 Florists wire
  • 1 Assorted faux flowers
  • 1 Assorted faux greenery

Instructions

  1. Create Bunny Shape

    securing grapevine wreaths together with garden wire
    Jacob Fox

    To make the Easter bunny wreath form, you'll need two wreaths: one round grapevine wreath and one slightly smaller heart-shaped grapevine wreath. Lay the heart-shape wreath on top of the round wreath so they overlap, then use florists wire to tightly wrap the wreaths together to make a bunny wreath form.

  2. Wrap wire

    using garden wire to attach grapevine bunny ears to wreath
    Jacob Fox

    To securely attach the wreath forms together, thread green florists wire through the branches of the round wreath and around the sides of the heart form. You'll also want to use the wire to create a small loop at the top of the circular grapevine form that can be used to hang the finished wreath.

  3. Tuck Flowers into Wreath

    Use scissors or a wire cutter to trim the flowers so the stems are only a few inches long. We used artificial garden roses, ranunculus, billy balls, white pom-poms, and dried seeded eucalyptus (you can use faux, too!) for our Easter bunny wreath. Starting with the largest flowers first, begin tucking stems into the main round wreath and secure each stem with florists wire. You can also use a hot glue gun to secure the stems as needed for extra support. Continue adding flowers and greenery until the round wreath is completely covered.

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