Unfortunately, my house is low on Easter decorations. Christmas and Halloween are covered. I’m not exaggerating, I have totes and totes full of decorations. Sadly, we have only about three Easter decorations, so I decided to make a simple and Thrifty Easter Bunny Centerpiece. The best part? It only cost me a few dollars to make thanks to Dollar Tree. Don’t you just love that store?
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Thrifty Easter Bunny Centerpiece
- Metal Planter
- Foam Form
- Fake Easter Grass or Green Paper Shred
- Small Stuffed Bunny
- Mini Foam Easter Eggs
- Foam Easter Egg Picks
- Low Heat Glue Sticks & Gun
one: If you didn’t buy a filler that was the correct shape for your bucket, cut or shave your foam form down to size. I suggest using a serrated knife. The softer foam forms may very well squish down into it without cutting.
two: After fitting the form or filler, hot glue the base to the inside bottom of the bucket. Be sure to use the low heat setting.
three: Cover the foam with Easter grass. I left a place for my bunny’s bottom to sit. This helped prevent it from falling out.
four: Put some glue on the bunny’s butt and place her into the grass. Note: I replaced the ugly bow around her neck with a pretty pink one.
Step 5: Glue the foam eggs around the bunny and the base of the bucket.
six: If you want to add some height, you can also add a couple of Easter egg picks to the centerpiece.
That’s it! This took me about 10 minutes to do! I was actually shocked at how simple and inexpensive this was to make. Now my Easter decoration count can go up to five! Easter isn’t one of those holidays where I get excited to make or put out loads of decorations like I do with Halloween or Christmas, but if I keep making cute projects like this Thrifty Easter Bunny Centerpiece, I just might change my mind.