Two of the most trendy wreaths right now are boxwood and magnolia. I just discovered you find both at Old Time Pottery! Faux, of course, but that is what I would prefer to use anyway.
I’m in need of some new Easter decor and knew a boxwood wreath would be a great way to bring some green indoors. I would just need to dress it up to make it festive for Easter!
Faux boxwood wreath
Green floral wire
The bunny figurine will be attached to the wreath with the floral wire. For this particular figurine, the best place to attach is around their necks. Wrap a wire around each neck and give it a twist in the back. Remove the wire and you will be left with an impression of what part of the wire was around the necks. Paint that part of the wire with the white paint.
Once dry, wrap the wire again around the necks of the bunnies, twisting tightly in the back. The white is more camouflaged than the green. The rest of the green wire will be camouflaged with the boxwood.
Center the bunnies on the wreath and thread the wires through the boxwood. Wrap them tightly around the wreath form then wrap the excess ends of the wire around the form as well.
Flip the wreath over and hide the floral wire in the greenery of the wreath by moving the branches around.
I love all of the green surrounding these adorable bunnies!
The wreath is now ready to be set up in a festive Easter vignette.
And one of my favorite things about this wreath? I can easily remove the bunnies and save them for next Easter and attach new things to the boxwood wreath to decorate it for all the seasons and holidays!