Looking for a fun and easy Spring craft project? This floral bunny wreath is perfect if you are looking for an adorable and easy DIY wreath.
This floral bunny is just something special. It’s the most elegant, adorable, show-stopping craft you have seen this Spring. Can you believe it is a DIY Craft? I can’t stop staring at it. The Sola Wood Flowers is paired with accenting dried flower pieces throughout. All of that beauty rests on top of a bed of faux moss to maintain that natural decor feel. I can not think of a single thing to add to this craft that could enhance its beauty anymore.
The best part is that it took me less than an hour to create. Wait, maybe the best part is that it cost less than $10 to make. Wait still, maybe the best part is that while it is beautiful as is, I think it could easily be just as beautiful with some other artificial flowers I have in my craft stash. So what I am thinking now is, I could potentially make a second one to give as a gift this Easter season. Are you ready to make one of your own to spruce up your home decor this spring? Are you ready to say, “I know. I know. I KNOW!” when all you hear are compliments about it?
SUPPLIES NEEDED TO MAKE YOUR FLORAL BUNNY Wreath:
- Bunny Wreath Form (Dollar Tree)
- Sola Wood Flowers
- Faux Moss (Dollar Tree)
- Hot Glue or Gorilla Glue Spray Adhesive Heavy Duty
- Dried Flowers (Amazon)
- Hot glue
- Puppy Pads
1 – Grab your Bunny Wreath Form and remove all the tags. Place on top of your puppy pad for easy clean-up later.
2 – Grab your Faux Moss and your hot glue gun. Apply glue directly on the wire of the work form wreath. Add moss in patches at a time on top of your hot glue. Tip* Use Gorilla Glue Spray Adhesive instead of hot glue if you have it.
3 – Completely cover the front of your work form with your moss. Be sure to fill in any gaps and press your moss firmly to adhere. Remove strings and any fly-away pieces. Throw away the puppy pad, because it is surely a disaster.
4 – Bring over your floral embellishments. I am using Sola Wood Flowers. Begin to hot glue directly to the back of the flowers and attach to your moss base. Mix and match your flower sizes as you work. Tip* Use whatever you have in your stash of craft supplies. This is all just inspiration. Be creative.
5 – Remove any flowers if you don’t think they look great. Leave gaps, fill in completely, wherever you think would look best. Tip* You could stop here and it is already adorable.
6 – Grab your dried flowers and begin removing tiny sections from the main bundle to add here and there on your bunny. Be sure to hot glue the end as you insert it into your moss. Play with placement and determine how little, or how much you want to add.
7 – Lift up the bunny and look for any spots that could use more attention. Spread your dried flowers a bit if they are smashed from the packaging. I love how these add a new dimension and touch of added beauty.
8 – I stopped adding more floral embellishments once full because sometimes less is more! But it could have some added greenery too, and still, be beautiful.
9 – Remove any pieces that need to be trimmed with scissors, to help maintain the bunny shape.
10 – This craft is so simple, so elegant, and so beautiful. You can add as much or as little as you want. Just remember that I am here to help you BEE INSPIRED throughout the whole process.
You guys. I know that in all of my years of crafting, I have made some cute things, but this. may be my new favorite craft ever. I love the way it turned out even better than I imagined it would. I am simply OBSESSED with this Sola & Dried Flowered Moss Covered bunny. AHHHHH! I love it!