Bunny Tails Grass Wreath
Welcome springtime to your home with these dried floral decorations. We like the monochromatic look of lavender bunny tails paired with purple ribbon.
This idea comes from our friend Ashley Poskin. "Bunny tail dried grasses are the cutest, softest, bushiest little dried florals you'll ever find," she says. "They're often used as filler in centerpieces and bouquets, but we think they look amazing all on their own. And what better project to use them for than a cluster of easy-to-make modern wreaths just in time for Easter?"
Depending on the lot, bunny tails stem lengths can range from 8 to 20 inches and are easy to trim down to fit whatever project you're working on. For this project, we used three macrame rings: an 8 inch, 6 inch, and 5 inch. The 8-inch ring took two full packs of bunny tails to complete, the 6-inch took a pack and a half, and the 5-inch ring took just one pack.
To hang the wreaths, we used a tension rod and cut various lengths of ribbon to stagger the cluster of wreaths, then tied a loose bow at the top so they could be adjusted easily if need be.