Make a DIY Easter Bunny Nest in just a few minutes! All materials can be easily found at craft stores. Perfect for spring decor and Easter decor.
There’s a saying that goes something like “everything old is new again.” Not sure who said it but I agree. One of the best ways to decorate for the seasons is to repurpose and reuse things you already have. That’s exactly what I’ve done with this Easter bunny nest. This bunny has appeared on the blog before…but more on that later. For now he’s nestled in a brand new nest of boxwood and forsythia. It was super easy to do and took just a few minutes.
DIY Easter Bunny Nest
Here’s the easy assembly process:
- Start with a large bowl and some sort of container to use as a riser.
- Place a greenery garland around the riser.
- Add small forsythia blossoms by just sticking them in the greenery. Tip: I bought one big bunch of forsythia and cut it apart.
- Place the bunny on the riser. Cover the riser with extra pieces of greenery if it shows.
I’ve had this wooden bunny for a long time but he is still, as far as I know, available at Hobby Lobby. As I said before, he’s appeared on the blog before. Here are two other variations of bunny nests from the past. Click here for more details.
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I tried to find some shopping sources in case you want to make a DIY Easter Bunny Nest of your own. I wasn’t able to get exact matches but I think I came pretty close. The boxwood garland I used is the exact one pictured below. I have been using it in my seasonal decor since fall!