Bring nature home with this rustic Easter bunny wreath

This rustic version of a bunny's head takes less than 10 minutes to complete and looks fabulous on any door or wall. The natural grapevine is understated, so it complements almost any background color. However, the lighter the color, the more the wreath will stand out. Against a tan or light-brown wall or door color, the wreath will blend in and be a subtle decoration.
The only color in this craft comes from the bow, so use any color you like. You also might try a patterned bow; if you make the bow yourself, there's almost no limit to what patterns and colors you could choose. For example, try a blue or pink gingham for a more country look, or neon colors if you want to draw attention to the wreath.
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Materials
- 2 grapevine wreaths, 4 inches
- 1 grapevine wreath, 6 to 8 inches
- Copper-colored wire, 18GA
- Wire cutter
- Pre-made bow
- Hot glue gun
- Hot glue sticks
- Removable wall hooks (optional)
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Instructions
1. Squeeze opposite sides of a smaller wreath to shape it into an oval. Repeat for the other small wreath.
2. Cut off 5 inches of wire. Position one end of an oval at the ten o'clock position of the larger wreath. Wrap wire around where they connect to attach the smaller wreath.
3. Cut off 5 inches of wire. Position one end of an oval at the two o'clock position of the larger wreath. Wrap wire around where they connect to attach the smaller wreath.
4. Apply glue to the back of the bow's knot. Adhere the bow to the top of the large wreath.
5. Hang on a door or wall.
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