Looking for a super simple but oh so cute Easter bunny centerpiece? Then you are in luck! I have an adorable bunny kit that is ready to make any home ready for spring or Easter!
With little to no time you can watch your moss bunny spring to life!
Cute Easter Bunny Centerpiece
- 1 Foam Moss Rabbit
- 1 Carrot Cluster Craft Pick
- 1 Rosemary Bunch
- 1 1.5″ Pink and Green Plaid Wired Ribbon
- Ribbon embellishment (optional)
- 1 Rose and Berry Floral Craft Pick
- 1 Small Pink Floral Bush
- Floral Pins
- Spanish Moss
How to Make Your Own Easter Bunny Centerpiece:
- Take your black and white check ribbon and measure around the bunny’s neck to see how much you’ll need for a bow. Trim your ribbon then fold it in half lengthwise. Tie it around the neck with a double knot on the side.
- Pull two of your carrots out of your cluster and trim the excess stem with your wire cutters. Place your carrot stems near the bunny’s hands and use a floral pin to secure them into the foam.
- Use your wire cutters and snip off a small piece of your rosemary bunch. Insert the rosemary into the foam, just in front of the carrots.
- Trim your ribbon tails at an angle and use your fingers to curl the ends.
- Grab another small piece of your rosemary greenery and dip the ends in the glue pot. Hot glue the rosemary behind your carrots.
- Cut a length of your black and white check ribbon to make a simple bow with a single loop and long tails. Trim your tails at an angle and stick a floral pin through the back of your knot. Place the bow on the bunny’s neck by inserting the floral pin directly into the foam.
Another great way to create an Easter Bunny Centerpiece:
- Add the rosemary greenery near the bunny’s hand in the same manner as described above.
- Take your pink and green plaid wired ribbon and cut a long piece, enough to make a bow around the bunny’s neck. Fold your ribbon in half lengthwise and tie it around the neck, making the knot on the same side as the carrots.
- Use your fingers to curl up the edges of the ribbon.
- Grab your rose and berry craft pick and use your wire cutters to snip off a small cluster. Fluff the branches and clip the extra stem from the bottom.
- Use a floral pin to secure the floral cluster behind the rosemary. Take a larger rose and stem of berries from your floral pick. Twist them together at the bottom and use a floral pin to place them to the left of your ribbon.
- Trim a small piece of your pink floral bush with your wire cutters. Dip the end in hot glue and insert behind your berries. Adjust any greenery to add some movement.
- Trim a few more clusters from your pink floral bush and add a larger flower from the rose and berry pick. Place them together near the greenery on the bunny and use a floral pin to secure. You want these clusters to be pointing towards the bottom of the bunny. Use hot glue on top of your floral pins to make them more secure.
- Cut a length of your pink and green plaid ribbon to make a simple bow with a single loop and long tails. Trim your tails at an angle and stick a floral pin through the back of your knot. Place the bow on the bunny’s neck by inserting the floral pin directly into the foam. Curl the tails with your fingers.
- Add any Spanish moss to cover any hot glue spots or floral pins. Add one more small piece of the rosemary greenery shooting down from your bow. Make any adjustments you need and enjoy your new centerpiece!
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