Create a soft bunny bed
First make a soft bed for your bunny by placing a layer of moss inside of your peekaboo grapevine wreath.
Decorate the peekaboo wreath
Use your choice of wire stemmed florals to weave up the side of the wreath. Use the existing wire loops on the peekaboo wreath to insert and secure your flowers and foliage.
Lay decorations inside
Lay a few extra flowers on the inside of your wreath for your bunny to munch on and lounge in.
Hot glue embellishments
Hot glue ferns, berries or even a butterfly, bird's nest, bird or fake bees to the outside of the wreath.
Cut & wrap fake fur
Cut one long strip of faux fur and wrap it in a circle. Determine the width by how wide you want your bunny, and the length should be twice the length you desire your bunny to be.
Staple fur in place
While holding the fur in a circle, staple it on either side to hold it in place. It will look like a stapled circle from the side, but once laid down it becomes the body of your bunny.
Attach ears & tail
Peel and stick the stiff felt to the back of the remaining piece of fur, then cut out 2 bunny ears. Staple the ears onto the boys, making sure the fur side is pointing toward the back where the bunny tail has been glued on. This is the side you will see from the outside of the wreath.
Place your bunny in its home
Lay the bunny inside its new home, and hang on your front door! Use an over-the-door wreath hook or place the bunny wreath on a tabletop as a centerpiece, vignette or porch decor. After Easter, continue to enjoy your wreath by replacing the bunny with a flameless candle.