How To Make A Frugal Easter Wreath

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Do you like my frugal Easter wreath?  Since winter is officially over, I removed my winter wreath.  My daughter and her family will be visiting next week for Easter, so I wanted a casual wreath to welcome them. The wreath is only going to be up for a few weeks, so I didn’t want to spend a fortunate purchasing one. I had a old wreath laying around, so I headed to the Dollar Tree to for items to make one. 



I purchased 2 bags of plastic Easter eggs, a bunny and a handful of flower sprigs. The total cost for items $10.00. Not bad for a wreath that will be hanging 2 – 3 weeks, what do you think?

Is This The Easter Bunny?

Is this the Easter Bunny?  One thing for sure, it’s the largest rabbit that I’ve ever seen, lol. This bunny’s name is Ralph and he’s 18 months old. Ralph weighs a whooping 42 pounds and he’s 4 feet long. He has earned the title as the Largest Bunny In The World. Congratulations Ralph! This little rascal or should I say large rascal can found and cuddled in the UK if you’re ever in that vicinity. The owner is Pauline Grant. Pauline stated that feeding Ralph has become quite expensive, and she relies on others to help foot his food bill.
Ralph’s mother and father were whoopers too. Ralph’s mother Amy held the record as the World’s Largest Bunny.  Ralph’s father Roberto weighed in at 35 pounds. Ralph’s mother died last May unexpectly of a heart attack after a flight. Pauline said she purchased Ralph for her grandchildren, but she had no idea he would grow this large.

                               Ralph’s Mother AmyRalph’s favorite foods are biscuits, apples, carrots, cabbage, sweet corn, toast, and large bowls of rabbit food. Looks like Ralph has been dining on some mashed potatoes, gravy and buttered biscuits to me, lol.  His breakfast usually consists of a head of lettuce, 2 apples and a large bowl of rabbit food.  He munches on carrots and apples for lunch. 

He’s adorable, but if I saw a rabbit this size I would run like hell. Can you imagine seeing this rabbit in your back yard nibbling.  Seriously what would you do?