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DIY Easter Peep Wreath

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Easter is a time of joy as Jesus rose from the dead. We can celebrate with our family and friends and share this time together. Easter is not only a time for a time to celebrate but also to get crafty. This Easter start with a Rainbow Bunny Peep do-it-yourself project.

Materials:

Peep Bunnies (3 or more different colored packages)

10” Styrofoam wreath

Toothpicks

Ribbon (any color)

A pin

Directions:

1) Take the package off and let the Peeps dry out for a few days before using.

2) Take two toothpicks for every bunny and put the toothpicks through the Styrofoam wreath.

3) Continue placing the bunnies onto the wreath. When done, fill the center of the wreath by placing the bunnies vertically inside. Remember to put two toothpicks for every bunny so they don’t slide around or fall off.

4) Tie a bow with the ribbon and place it at the top of the wreath. Take the pin and insert it on the bow.

That’s it! Enjoy this festive and fun Easter decoration!

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