This carrot wreath will make you say, “aww!”. Complete with two adorable little bunnies and a pretty bow, this decor piece is a crowd-pleaser for the Easter season.
It’s been a while since I got to craft with some tiny stuffed animals, y’all. And I have to say…getting these little bunnies added to the carrot wreath was a bit of a challenge! Thankfully, I was able to figure it out thanks to some floral wire, a lot of hot glue and a few staples. The effort was well worth it—look how cute this one is.
How to Make a Carrot Wreath
The video below will walk you through exactly how to make a DIY carrot wreath just like the one in the image above. This is a pretty quick project, y’all. It took about 20 minutes from start to finish for this one, so watch the video and craft alongside me!
Fun Carrot Grapevine Wreath
- Get a grapevine wreath base and add carrot picks all throughout the grapevine. Fluff and arrange everything.
- Take out your EZ Bow Maker and ribbons.
- With your 2.5" ribbon, measure a 12-inch tail and 6-inch loop on each side.
- With your 1.5" ribbon, measure a 12-inch tail and (2) 5.5-inch loops on each side.
- Use a pipe cleaner to wrap around the center of the bow. Twist and tie off nice and tight at the back of the bow.
- Curl the tails of your bow. Attach bow to the grapevine base at the bottom.
- Get your bunny attachments (2) and attach to each other with a zip tie. May need to use scissors to make a whole in attachment. Use a hot glue gun to fill in the hole once attachments are attached with zip tie. Wait for glue to dry.
- On the back of the bunnies, glue the sides so they are joined on the side. Take a zip tie the two together while the glue dries. Cut ornament strings.
- Once the glue is dry, cut the zip tie that was used to keep them together, and add the bunnies above the bow. Use the hot glue gun to glue the bunnies in place and let it dry.
Whether you are making wreaths for fun or building a profitable crafting business, don’t miss out on the chance to capitalize on Easter. This carrot wreath is sure to draw people’s eyes right to your hard work.
If you need any help with centerpiece-making, bow-making, wreath-making, or crafting in general, be sure to check out more of our tutorials on How to Make Wreaths.
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