Burlap Easter Bunny Butt Wreath
What if I told you with just small supply list and a few steps, you too can make this adorable bunny wreath. The best part it is under $20.00! Here is what you will need:
- Supplies- Bunny wire wreath from Dollar Tree
- Roll of burlap from Walmart or Hobby Lobby
- Braided placemat from Walmart
- 1 Large Cotton Ball (these come in packages of 6 at Hobby Lobby)
- Flower picks (I used 3 total) 1 lambs ear, 1 lavender, 1 purple billy button – Walmart
- Ribbon of your choice
- Floral Wire
- Hot glue gun
Begin by using a seam ripper to separate the braids from the placemat. This project only requires 4 braids so save the rest for another project.
When attaching the burlap to the wire form, use a piece of floral wire.
Begin by pulling the burlap edges up through the holes leaving the wire in the center of the burlap. This is called the “taco” method. The burlap is your taco and the wire is inside the taco. Continue pulling and pushing towards the prior pulled burlap. Once each section is completed use floral wire to keep tight.
Fullness depends on how much burlap that is pushed together in each section.
Next step is adding the braid to the wire form. Begin by attaching with floral wire and hot glue. Work in small areas and about every 3 inches thread another piece of floral wire through the braid to give extra support. Continue around the ears with the braids.
Cut flower picks apart using wire snips. I only used several pieces of the lavender and lambs ear. Save the rest for another project. Hot glue pieces of flowers to the side of the wire and burlap beginning at the bottom and working upwards. Hot glue the bow on top of the picks.
Next hot glue the cotton tail to the center of the burlap. How cute did this come out and it was super easy and affordable. $20.00 for the entire project!
Let me know if you try this!
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