How to Make a Marshmallow Bunny Wreath

Display an adorable bunny-shaped wreath for Easter this year.

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Make Easter a little sweeter with this adorable DIY indoor wreath.

Photo by: Andy Vinson ©Loch and Key Productions

Andy Vinson, Loch and Key Productions

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Materials and Tools

  • 6 packs marshmallow bunnies
  • large, thick foam board
  • scissors
  • utility knife
  • spray paint in desired color
  • hot glue gun and sticks
  • ribbon in desired color

Trace and Cut Out Circles

Trace a bunny shape onto thick foam board (bunny ears attached to a figure-eight shape with a neck in between the two circles). Cut out using scissors. Cut inner circles inside the top and bottom circles using a utility knife.

Spray Paint Board

Spray paint the bunny-shaped foam board the same shade as your marshmallow bunnies. Let dry.

Attach Marshmallows

Photo by: Andy Vinson ©Loch and Key Productions

Andy Vinson, Loch and Key Productions

Attach marshmallow bunnies on both circles and bunny ears with a hot glue gun. Attach different-colored marshmallows for inside the ears.

Finish With Ribbon

Photo by: Andy Vinson ©Loch and Key Productions

Andy Vinson, Loch and Key Productions

Tie a ribbon into a bow shape on the neck of the bunny.

Note: If you're displaying outside, coat the entire wreath with a protective lacquer to keep bugs and birds away.

Photo by: Andy Vinson ©Loch and Key Productions

Andy Vinson, Loch and Key Productions

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