Easter is almost here and though it is a very spiritual time, it is also plenty of enjoyable for the young children. Our family loves decorating for Easter and arranging our Easter egg hunts. We start our Easter Do-it-yourself decor all over the past 7 days in March and then move on to the egg coloring and sweet shopping for in early April so we are all all set for the massive day. My daughter located a bunny topiary challenge on Youtube that she seriously desired to make for our entryway and all the elements had been super inexpensive from Dollar Tree. She had the whole matter prepared out, she made it out of bowls that she glued collectively using her trusty hot glue gun and hen included the whole thing in synthetic moss. At the very conclusion, she added some little battery-operated fairy lights from Michael’s Craft Store. We utilized our 40% off coupon on Michael’s application so the fairy lights only price tag us $4.00. All and all this bunny topiary was a incredibly reasonably priced venture.
- 2 Distinct Plastic Bowls (from Dollar Tree)
- 2 Scaled-down White Bowls (from Greenback Tree)
- 1 Plastic Planter Pot (from Greenback Tree)
- Compact piece of Floral Foam
- Plastic bunny Confront (from Dollar Tree)
- 3 Bag of Fake Moss
- A Glue Gun
- Glue Sticks
Initial, you just connect all the bowls, planter pot, bunny ears, and floral foam with your trusty hot glue gun. You can also make the bunny’s ears out of a coat hanger if you are unable to locate the bunny facial area at Dollar Tree.
Then you empty your 3 packs of floral moss into a shoebox and glue on to the complete bunny construction. When you have protected the bunny fully, you can decorate him with lights and a bow, regardless of what you opt for will appear fantastic.
This bunny appears amazing in the entryway and my daughter is seriously very pleased of it.