How I hacked a wreath featuring a vintage cardboard Easter bunny

How I hacked a wreath featuring a vintage cardboard Easter bunny

It's been kind of a nutty month for me, but as I mentioned Monday, I knew I needed to decorate with my vintage cardboard Easter bunnies before it was too late.

I love these spring-wreath ideas, but I don't have time to make something from scratch.

Blog PhotoInstead, in the interest of efficiency, I totally hacked a bunny wreath for the front door. It took less than a minute.

I started with a white felt ruffly wreath I made a few years ago and grabbed a weathered looking clothespin. I used it to attach the smaller cardboard bunny to the ruffles on the top of the wreath. I hung it on our front door. Bam. Done.

Blog PhotoI propped the other cardboard bunny next to a mason jar full of pussywillows from my mom's garden. It sits on top of our metal file cabinet. No effort required, and it will be really easy to put these bunnies back into the file cabinet until next year.

I love easy solutions, don't you?

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