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Pier One Inspired Easter Rabbit Centerpiece

I was looking through the Pier One sale catalog and saw the cutest bunny centerpiece. Love!



At almost $50 I knew it wasn't coming home with me! But oh my! It is so sweet. However, I knew I could make one for a whole lot less.

I already had a grapevine wreath and I have a large glass vase so I pulled those out to see if they would work together. Hmm, no the vase was too large. What else did I have? Oh yes, I have the Easter Bunny! He fit nicely inside the wreath!
*on a side note I have seen little rabbits like the ones Pier One used...I'm waiting for those to go on sale, then I will snatch up a couple to use at a later time.


I bought some Easter shredded paper grass, some Spring blooms, and plastic Easter eggs in shades of blues, greens, and yellow. All for under $10!

I added the shredded paper  inside the wreath, then the rabbit, then cut and added the Spring stems to the wreath, and lastly placed the eggs around the rabbit and put a couple of sprigs in his basket.

No, it isn't  a whole lot like Pier One's centerpiece but I took their idea and ran with what I had. And best of all, it cost me under $10!

I think my rabbit makes it look more Easter-y! What do you think?



What Easter decor have you been inspired to make more cheaply?

Happy Spring!
Cecilia

Comments

  1. Super cute! Perfect for Spring and Easter!

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  2. So cute! The sprigs remind me of Bluebonnets, though not exact,...they just remind me.
    Should start seeing them lining the East Texas Highways soon.
    Pat

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    1. Hi Pat! Yeah, they have that bluebonnet shape, don't they? They are blooming here in Central Texas. Hope to see them near the farm soon!

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  3. Love your rabbit and the wreath looks great.
    Thanks for sharing. I appreciate your visit to Timeless Treasures and the nice comment.
    Audrey Z.

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  4. Yours is even prettier that the inspiration piece...:) I love it! The colors you chose are so springy. You've inspired me to get the Easter decor out...I'm sending my son to the shed! Have a lovely evening...Vicky

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    1. Lol, happy to be of help. :-) thanks Vicky!
      Hugs,
      Cecilia

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  5. That is so pretty and I do like it better than the Pier One!

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    1. Thank you! I am pleased with it. So glad you stopped by!

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  6. Not from nuttin', but your bunny kicks Pier One's Bunny's fuzzy little butt.

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  7. It so pretty! I love the colours you chose, and the Easter Bunny's bag is so sweet. Love it!

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  8. You know what Cecilia, it is better than the Pier One! Much more personalised and ready for Easter. I'm still deciding on my Easter decor but I know chocolate will be the main feature :-)

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    1. Chel, chocolate is always good! But with the pets, not a good option here. I do have a ceramic bunny painted to look like chocolate - I need to post pics of that vignette - it's at our city house.
      And thanks! I like mine better too! Have a wonderful week.

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