Easter Bunny Wreath DIY

Last Updated on November 3, 2022 by ellen

Have you thought about hanging an Easter bunny wreath on your front door? Check out this Easter bunny wreath DIY and get started.

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Have you thought about hanging an Easter bunny wreath on your front door? Check out this Easter bunny wreath DIY and get started.

Easter Bunny Wreath DIY

This adorable Easter bunny wreath will look so cute on your front door. All you need are a few simple craft supplies and your hot glue gun to get started.

Hang this spring wreath on your indoor door or in a protected area so you can enjoy it all season long. Remember that the wreath is not weatherproof so you will want to keep it out of the rain and wind.

This is one of the cutest DIY Easter Wreaths I have seen.

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supplies to make this project

Tools and Supplies

The supplies for this Easter Bunny Wreath were purchased at Dollar Tree. But, you can probably find many of them at other stores. Or, check out Amazon or Hobby Lobby.

If you cannot find the felt bunny feet, you can make your own with white and pink pieces of felt.

You can use other wreath forms. Just make sure that you have enough cloths to go all the way around the wreath forms.

wrapping the white cloths around the wreath form

How do you make this adorable bunny rabbit wreath?

  • Start by putting the wreath so the flat side is facing you and place the microfiber cloth underneath.
  • Line the wreath form section with hot glue and fold the microfiber cloth over where you added the hot glue. Repeat this with 2 other microfiber cloths around the wreath.
  • In sections, you will need to pull the microfiber cloth to have it go around the round wreath shape.

gluing the wreath

  • Continue all the way around the wreath.

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  • Next, add some hot glue to the backside of the felt feet and then press firmly onto the bottom section of the wreath.

adding hot glue to the felt

  • Next hot glue 4 large pom poms in a circle shape on the top section of the wreath. This is the Easter Bunny’s butt.

pom poms for the bunny tail wreath

  • Take the last microfiber cloth and cut a section that is about 1/3 of the entire cloth. This will make the bunny tail.

close up of the wreath

  • Trim the edges to make more of a circle shape. Add a good amount of hot glue to the backside of the microfiber cloth and press it firmly over the pom-poms to form the bunny tail shape.
  • Wait till the glue cools and hang the Easter Bunny Wreath up.

Ways to personalize your Easter Bunny Wreath DIY

There are lots of ways to make this DIY Easter wreath more uniquely yours.

  • Add faux flowers
  • Paint a wood plaque with Hoppy Easter
  • Add bunny ears
  • Add a bow

Have you thought about hanging an Easter bunny wreath on your front door? Check out this Easter bunny wreath DIY and get started.

How do you make a bunny bottom for a wreath?

If you want to use a different wreath form and simply add a bunny bottom, you can.

All you need is a piece of felt, a hot glue gun, and some wire.

  • Cut a piece of white felt that is about 14 inches wide and 22 inches long. This will give you enough to make the bunny bottom and the tail.
  • Fold the felt in half so the short ends meet. Sew a seam down the side and across the bottom to make a tube.
  • Cut a 2-inch strip of felt for the tail. Hot glue the strip to the back of the bunny bottom.
  • Now it’s time to add the bunny bottom to your wreath.
  • Start by adding some hot glue to the backside of the felt and then pressing it firmly onto the wreath. Be sure to press it in place so it doesn’t move.
  • Next, add a good amount of hot glue to the top edge of the bunny bottom and then attach the wire. Use pliers to twist the wire around to make a hanger.
  • Your bunny bottom is now ready to hang on your Easter wreath.

close up of the felt feet on the wreath

More Easter ideas

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Easter Bunny Wreath DIY

Have you thought about hanging an Easter bunny wreath on your front door? Check out this Easter bunny wreath DIY and get started.

Have you thought about hanging an Easter bunny wreath on your front door? Check out this Easter bunny wreath DIY and get started.

Prep Time 15 minutes
Active Time 30 minutes
Total Time 45 minutes
Difficulty easy

Materials

  • 14-inch wire wreath form or wreath frame
  • Felt Bunny Feet
  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue Gun & Glue sticks
  • White large pom poms
  • Microfiber duster cloths (white)

Tools

  • scissors
  • hot glue gun

Instructions

  • Start by putting the wreath on its opposite side facing you and place the microfiber cloth underneath. Line the wreath form section with hot glue and fold the microfiber cloth over where you added the hot glue.
  • Repeat this with 2 other microfiber cloths around the wreath. In sections, you will need to pull the microfiber cloth to have it go around the round wreath shape.
  • Next, add some hot glue to the backside of the felt feet and then press firmly onto the bottom section of the wreath.
  • Next hot glue 4 large pom poms in a circle shape on the top section of the wreath.
  • Take the last microfiber cloth and cut a section that is about 1/3 of the entire cloth. This will make the bunny tail.
  • I trimmed the edges to make more of a circle shape. Add a good amount of hot glue to the backside of the microfiber cloth and press it firmly over the pom-poms to form the bunny tail shape

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