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The Spring season is fast approaching which includes the celebration of Easter. When I decorate for Spring I usually just sprinkle a little Easter decorations here and there. This year I wanted to try adding a little more Easter decor and what better way than a DIY Easter wreath to hang out on our covered porch.

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Supplies Needed for DIY Easter Wreath

I had seen these moss wreaths online at Michaels and loved the look so I decided to base my wreath off of this base. In addition to ordering the moss wreath I also ordered a bunny pick to put in the middle of the wreath. I have a lot of faux flowers already in my craft stash so I figured I would search there after the order arrived.

An above view of a moss wreath laying on a table with wire cutters and faux flowers laying next to it

The moss wreath ring arrived and just to note to make sure you don’t handle it too much before you start crafting as it does shed a lot of the moss if handled. When I searched my flower stash I found some greenery, some flowers and some berry type flower picks that were in Spring colors that would work perfectly.

A close up of faux greenery and pink faux flowers and berries sitting in a pile

After grabbing my wire cutters I start cutting the flowers in smaller pieces and grabbed my glue gun. Before starting to glue down the flower pieces I placed them on the wreath to see if I liked the placement. Once I was done with this I started to hot glue the pieces to the moss.

A close up view of a white bunny sitting in the middle of a green moss wreath and faux greenery laying on the lower half of the wreath

I also cut the bunny pick wire shorter so that it could be pushed into the frame center. This wreath is made of styrofoam so it is very lightweight and the pick pushed in easily.

A close up of a white bunny with a white tail sitting on a tabletop

After the glue dried I used some of my macrame cord to create a loop for hanging on the back. Now this wreath is perfect for welcoming visitors to our home. Another benefit is that the bunny can easily be removed after Easter and then it will be a perfect piece of decor for Spring. I love having decor pieces that can be re-used for different seasons.

A close up of a piece of macrame cord in a loop that has been hot glued on the back of a moss wreath
A close up of a completed moss wreath with faux greenery and pink flowers and a white bunny in the center of the wreath

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