I was shopping in Hobby Lobby and I found some amazing wood bead wreaths. They have a variety of sizes in these wreaths and I just knew they would make a fun and unique bunny.

I will be using two of the 10 x 10in wreaths. A few other supplies I will be using are:

1. A piece of a lace curtain

2. Hot glue

3. Scissors

4. Wire (I am using 18 gauge)

5. Greenery, doily, and burlap ribbon (these are optional)

The first step is to cut two pieces of wire to form the ears to your bunny. I cut my wire 19 inches long.

I wrapped the ends of the wire around the wreath form. This wire is forming the ears to your bunny. You can make your ears as big or as small as you want. I wrapped my wire around the wreath form leaving two wooden beads in between.

I left 5 wooden beads in between each ear.

I added a little hot glue around the wire at the base of the wreath form to help hold the ear up.

Once the ears are in place I then glued lace to the back of the wreaths.

I put hot glue onto the beads and then pressed the lace over the glue. Be sure to pull your fabric tight so that your fabric does not sag.

Once the lace was glued in place I used the scissors to cut off the excess lace.

Once the wreaths were covered with the lace I then added lace to the ears.

I used two pieces of lace and glued them onto the wire.

I cut the excess lace off and then glued the lace at the bottom part of the ear onto the wooden beads.

I used wire to connect the two wreaths together.

I added some greenery to the top and a burlap ribbon around the neck.

I just love how easy this bunny was to create. You can make the whole bunny or just create the head. This bunny can be hung any where in your home and will make a great Spring decoration.