Raise your hand if you’re ready to say goodbye to winter! Me too! This colorful bunny wreath diy will help you transition your home from winter to spring.
Lately, I have been obsessed with colorful baby breath flowers. It’s literally all over my Pinterest feed. So I decided to create a floral Easter bunny door wreath with pastel baby breaths and spring flowers.
Recreate this gorgeous Easter bunny wreath at home in a few easy steps. Grab a bunny wreath form and add pastel flowers, baby breaths, and Easter egg floral picks to create a beautiful bunny-shaped wreath.
Create a show-stopping spring porch with this beautiful Easter bunny door wreath, welcome sign, and potted plants.
Looking for Easter living room wall decor? Transform your living room with this vibrant Easter bunny wreath.
Scroll down below to learn how to create this stunning Easter bunny wreath diy.
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- Bunny head wreath form
- Baby Breath ( 5 Packs)
- Blue Rust-Oleum 7722830 Stops Rust Spray Paint
- Krylon K04114000 Chalky Yellow Finish Spray Paint
- Rust-Oleum Pink Spray Paint
- Krylon K05602007 COLORmaxx Purple Spray Paint
- Easter Egg Floral Picks (4)
- Blue Ranunculus Flowers
- Artificial Yellow Daisies Flowers
- Pink Flowers
- Purple Flowers
- Floral Wire Cutters
- Floral Wire
DIY bunny wreath Instructions
- Select your color scheme for your Easter bunny wreath.
- Lightly spray paint your baby’s breath and let it dry for 20 minutes. See above for the spray paint I used to create this wreath.
- NOTE: You could also make this wreath using artificial baby breath flowers found here.
3.Cut your baby breath steams.
4.Attach the first group of baby breaths to the wreath using floral wire.
4A.Keep adding different colored baby breath batches around the wreath to create a rainbow design.
5.Next, fill in the gaps with colorful flowers such as daisies and roses.
6. Add Easter egg floral picks in a variety of sizes to your wreath.