March 10, 2016
Today I wanted to show you how I made this Easter Bunny Spring wreath.
On my last trip to Goodwill, I came across this adorable hydrangea wreath. It still had the original tags on it and it looked like nobody had ever used it. I was lucky enough to score this wreath for only $3.99. However, the wreath was a little plain and it was in need of a little makeover.
Here is a pic of how the wreath looked when I bought it.
As you can see, it wasn’t living up to it’s full potential. The wreath needed to be fuller so, I added in some more hydrangeas. Then the next step was finding something cute to go in the middle.
My first stop was to my local Joann’s where I purchased a bushel of white hydrangeas. Then I went over to Micheal’s and found a cute wooden bunny sign to go in the middle. I also found at Michaels a cute Easter egg pick that had 3 beautiful turquoise eggs on it. To top off my supplies, I found some cute pink and white floral accents from the Dollar store. They came in a bushel for $1.00 and I just simply cut them apart and added them around the wreath to give it a little more dimension.
I’m really pleased with how it turned out. It’s amazing how a few extra items can give new life to a thrifted item. All together this wreath cost me $18.96
Cost of wreath breakdown:
- Goodwill wreath $3.99
- White hydrangeas/JoAnn’s $5.99
- Easter Bunny sign/Michaels $7.79
- Egg pick/Michaels $1.19
- Pink and white floral accent/Dollar store $1.00
- Green hydrangeas/my personal stash/ free
I hope this wreath gives you some ideas on how to take a plain floral wreath and jazz it up a bit with just a few items.
Here is one more look at the finished project.
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