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DIY Spring Bunny Centerpiece

Create a charming and unique centerpiece for your springtime celebrations with this delightful DIY Spring Bunny Centerpiece. This project is perfect for adding a touch of whimsy and cheer to your table, whether you're hosting an Easter brunch or simply want to embrace the joyful spirit of the season. Not only is this centerpiece a beautiful addition to your decor, but it also serves as a conversation starter and a fun activity for kids and adults alike. You can even customize it to match your personal style or the theme of your event by choosing different colors or adding additional embellishments. So, why not get creative and bring a touch of springtime magic to your home with this charming DIY Spring Bunny Centerpiece? It's a simple and enjoyable project that will leave a lasting impression on your guests and create a festive atmosphere for all to enjoy.

Materials Needed

  • Bunny Figurine (or any other figurine that fits the theme you’re going for)
    – White Flocked Bunny (16 inch Medium Size)
    – Brown Rustic Bunny
    – Gingham Easter Bunny
  • Glass Cake Stand
  • Craft Foam (1.25″x5.8″)
  • Assorted Spring Florals
    – Pink Dahlia, Rose and Hydrangea Bush
    – Flocked Lavender Bush
    – Eucalyptus
  • Floral Shears
  • Hot Glue Gun + Glue Sticks

I found everything I needed for this craft at Hobby Lobby. They’re spring collection is just darling!

Instructions

Step 1: Attach the two craft foam rounds together using hot glue, then center them on the cake plate and glue in place.

Step 2: Use hot glue to attach the bunny to the top center of the craft foam.

Step 3: Cut floral stems to length using the floral shears and poke them into the craft foam. Keep adding flowers until all the foam is covered and you are satisfied with the look of your floral arrangement.

I chose very traditional Easter pastel colors and had to add lavender too… I’ve been obsessed with lavender lately.

Hobby Lobby had so many cute bunny figurines to choose from that I brought three different ones home.

Here’s the cutest gingham Easter bunny with blue and yellow flowers added in.

And here’s a more subdued option if you’re a neutrals lover.

I told you, this is one of those crafts that is endlessly customizable. Spring chicks would be cute. I saw some crosses that would look great if you’re religious. There were also lots of cute wooden signs and table decorations that would work. Something for everyone!

You could even use little cupcake stands and make miniature arrangements to use as place cards. So much fun.

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