Happy Easter Bunny Wreath

Hi friends,

I found these cute little bunny cutouts at Hobby Lobby in their Easter section. There are 12 bunnies – 6 of each silhouette – along with 12 bunny tail pom poms. And in case you didn’t know, all of the Easter merchandise is 40% off! I also picked up a package of their 10-inch plywood circles to use as a base to make this fun Happy Easter Bunny Wreath.

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I traced my bunnies on the back of some scrapbook paper and cut them out. Then using a thin coat of Mod Podge applied with a foam brush, I glued the cut outs to the wood bunny silhouettes

I painted my wood circle with 2 coats of white chalky finish paint, letting it dry between coats. Using my Cricut Explore Air 2 and orange permanent vinyl, I cut out the Happy Easter image (#M43C45 in Cricut Design Space). Using transfer tape, I applied the sticker to the center of my circle,

I attached my bunnies to the circle with E6000 clear adhesive. The adhesive dries quickly, but not too quickly, so you can move the bunnies around a little if you need to. I used my hot glue gun to attach the cute little bunny tails and to attach a loop of natural twine to the back for hanging.

It turned out so cute! Such a fun and different twist for an Easter wreath to decorate your front door. 🐇

This would also be such a cute idea for a nursery with the baby’s name in the middle done in colors to match the decor. 🙂

Anita

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