Bunny Wreath

Posted by on Mar 17, 2013 in burlap, easter | 14 comments

I am helping a friend decorate her home for Easter.

(Have I ever told you how much I LOVE my job?!)

She saw my bunny wreath and wanted one for her front door.

I made this wreath last year as I was beginning this blog.

The tutorial left a little (lot) to be desired!

So, I decided to share a new tutorial for how to make it.

How to make a bunny wreath @ DaisyMaeBelle

Bunny Wreath

Gather your supplies:

1 oval grapevine wreath

1 round grapevine wreath

floral wire

wire snips

1 wire coat hanger

cream burlap

pink paint

1 roll wired ribbon

silk flowers


paint brush

glue gun

Bunny Wreath

Wire the grapevine wreaths together to make the bunny.

Bunny Wreath

Cut the ends off of the wire hanger to make the form for the ears.

Bunny Wreath

Loop the end of the wires together.

Bunny Wreath

Fold the burlap in half.

Cut about 1 inch around each form.

Bunny Wreath

Open the burlap and place the wire form inside.

Bunny Wreath

Poke the end of the wire through the burlap.

Hot glue the burlap around the wire form.

Bunny Wreath

You will use this wire stem to secure the ears to the wreath.

You can wire this stem to the wreath.

Then, add hot glue to the burlap to secure them.

Bunny Wreath

Paint the bunny ears pink.

I like to use a couple of shades of pink.

How to make a bunny wreath @ DaisyMaeBelle

Make one giant bow.

Secure it to the wreath with the floral wire.

How to make a bunny wreath @ DaisyMaeBelle

Add the silk flowers with hot glue.

How to make a bunny wreath @ DaisyMaeBelle

I hope my friend likes her new wreath!

You can see mine on my front porch.

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  1. I love it!!!

  2. Your bunny is so darned cute Melissa. I’m going to have to save that one for next Easter. Your tutorial is great, it looks pretty doable also. Love the ears most of all. Now I’ll have to find a wire hanger.
    I’ve got so many projects I’m still doing but most likely won’t get half of them done.
    I’ve got to get the “stuff” out of our kitchen so we can move in there. I’ve been making a vintage hanky curtain for our bathroom window. Always wanted to do something with the hankies so finally did. Making too many Easter projects but I have to have something to do, already restyled my shutter shelf twice. Happy week

  3. What an adorable wreath! Thank you so much for inspiring me today!

    Have a blessed and totally amazing day!

  4. What a nice friend you are! Love the bunny on the door. I think the ribbon is especially wonderful!

  5. This wreath is so stinking cute. Great job

    Carrie – http://www.craftynightowls.blogspot.com

  6. I have a single, old growth concord grape plant and can’t wait for this years vines so I can make this bunny for next year! Thank you!

  7. Oh My Goodness! This is THE cutest thing ever! You are so clever! You did a fantastic job 😉
    Jamie @ somuchbetterwithage.com

  8. This wreath is too cute! It is perfect for Easter and spring! What a great idea. I’m having a link party on my blog and I’d love for you to join!

  9. So adorable, Melissa! The bunny is so cute, but I am really impressed with your bow. Making a bow like that has never been easy for me and I have had professionals show me how to do it more than once! Confession – I am not a bow-maker – yikes! Yours is an A+ and mine might be a D! Way to go!!

  10. Hippity Hoppity oh so cute! Great tutorial, visiting from Seasonal Sundays 🙂

  11. Love your bunny wreath – perfect on your pretty glass door!

  12. Adorable bunny wreath! I love the bow!

    Navy Wifey Peters @ Submarine Sunday

  13. Melissa, we just love your Bunny Wreath! Great tutorial, a complete supply list and very nice photos. Thank you so much for Linking Up and sharing your great talents with us!

  14. I featured your bunny wreath today at Mod Mix Monday!


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