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How to Make an Easter Bunny Deco Mesh Wreath

Did you catch this week’s live video on my Youtube channel? If not, don’t worry! You can check out the replay below to learn how to make this Easter Bunny Deco Mesh Wreath. This wreath would be so fun for your door this Easter season.

Wreath making shop owners: Don’t forget to add fun holiday pieces like this to your shop to keep a good variety of price points available for your customers!

Let’s get started!

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Supplies for Your Arrangement:

24″ Work Frame
21″ Burlap Mesh
2, 1.5″ Wired Ribbon
2, 2.5″ Wired Ribbon
Easter Bunny head
White Daisies
Greenery Bush
Black and White Picks
Carrot Bundles

Foam
Hot Glue Pan
Hot Glue
Wire
Scissors
Wire Cutters

Steps for Making an Easter Bunny Deco Mesh Wreath

Step 1 – First you’ll need to prepare the base by adding the deco mesh to the wire frame. You will want to add 10″ poofs around the wreath base making sure to add the poofs around the inner ring first and then move to the outer ring.

Step 2 – Now add the ribbon throughout the wreath. Cut each ribbon 14″ long and add them by alternating each twist tie. You can see more about adding ribbon streamers to deco mesh here.

Step 3 – Attach the Easter Bunny to the inner part of the wreath. Secure the head with pipe cleaners around the base.

Step 4 – Now it’s time for the fun part. Add greenery around the perimeter and the inside of the wreath. Use hot-glue to secure the stems in place. Then add flowers. I like using smaller flowers for my mesh wreaths especially if I have a focal piece like our bunny head. I added in the mini white flower bush.

Step 5 – Then add carrot bundles. The bunny needs carrots to munch on! LOL I like to tie the carrots together with natural colored raffia.

Step 6 – Finally place black and white ornaments throughout the wreath. Be sure to be mindful of placement and space them out evenly around the wreath. This matches the bunny hat and adds a whimsical touch, don’t you think??

And that’s all there is to it!

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How to Make an Easter Bunny Deco Mesh Wreath

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Happy Wreathing,

Julie

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2 Comments

  1. Berta Aguiar on May 7, 2020 at 2:05 am

    Hi,
    I do not have a Facebook account. I know but personal issue involving my son while at TCU caused me to close my account.
    I am a person with an analytical and a creative mind. My mother taught me how to crochet, knit, sew, and many other things but no floral arrangement. I guess this was not that big in Cuba during her time.
    You have a God given gift Julie and I love to watch your videos when I have time.
    All of my creations are for self or family. Even so I am a perfectionist. This is why I love to watch you create when I am making something related to something you do.
    So as I sit here watching how to make use of all this leftover mesh and how to make bows with you I decided its time I subscribed.
    I know it’s not easy. It’s a lot of work to do what you do.
    But I hope it helps to let you know that I believe that you are the best in what you do. Keep on keeping on. And may God continue to bless you and yours.

    • Julie Siomacco on May 9, 2020 at 9:11 am

      Wow. Thank you for your kind words.

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