Hey there! Today I have a quick tutorial on a "cutesy" spring wreath.
And I say cutesy because that bunny and bow can't be described any other way! Lol! This is my first Spring wreath and with Easter just around the corner I thought I'd let Mr. Bunny make an appearance. ;)
Here's a quick tutorial on how I created this wreath.
You will also need: a hot glue gun, wire cutters, and double sided tape.
Wrap some of the double sided tape around the entire foam wreath and begin wrapping the burlap around.
Wrap around to where the burlap began, adhering the end of the burlap with double-sided tape.
Place one last strip of tape and adhere the edge. I used Scor-Tape, which is super strong and works wonders! :)
Here is the foam wreath completely wrapped in burlap.
Using wire cutters, snip the heads of the silk hydrangea flowers. I used about nine of them.
I'm always so torn with the possibilities when I create. I placed just one hydrangea off to the side with a couple of the leaves and I thought it looked great. :) I'm kinda a sucker for clean, classic, simple looks.
BUT, I was wanting a fuller wreath for Spring and Easter, so I added the rest of the hydrangeas using hot glue, and added the frou frou green bow I made using the Bow- E Z, and of course, Mr. Bunny. ;)
I've never owned a decorative bunny in my life and I'm still on the fence about it but, my little girl loves seeing him when we come through the door, so he will stay for now. :)
Mr. Bunny. ;)
Thanks so much for stopping by!