Easter Wreath DIY (Bunny Shaped) (2024)

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An Easter Wreath DIY doesn’t get easier than this adorable Easter Bunny Wreath featuring fur, flower tail and bunny ears! It is exactly what you need on your front door to celebrate spring! See how easy it is to make this bunny wreath with this tutorial. Most items can be picked up at your local dollar store, making it an affordable spring craft option.

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Decorating for spring is easy with this Easter door wreath from Heather Painchaud that is very simple. The white fur is a fun addition and really makes the purple (or whatever color you choose) for the ribbon, bunny ears and flower tail stand out. Pretty sweet, isn’t it? This tutorial breaks down this project step-by-step using items that can be found at a dollar store, much like this St. Patrick’s Day Wreath that uses white chunky yarn and Shamrock accents.

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Bunny Wreath Supplies

You can substitute larger wreath forms, such as 9 inch and 12 inch instead for this project. (Be sure to account for more fur ribbon needed). Rather than a foam wreath form you can also use wicker, wire, or wired jute if that is what you have available. Wreath forms can be found at your local dollar store such as Dollar Tree or you can find them in multi-packs for a better value than purchasing individually on Amazon.

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How to Make an Easter Wreath

Here is how to make this fun Easter wreath for your front door or as decor in any part of your home. Begin by wrapping both of the wreath forms completely in faux fur and attach to the form with hot glue.
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Attach the two circles together with white floral wire, with the small form on top and larger on bottom to form the head and body of your bunny wreath.

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Now it is time for those finishing touches! For this bunny, various shades of purple were used but you can swap out your favorite color or use a combination of colors instead.

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Cut a faux flower from the stem and glue to the bottom front of the largest wreath in the center for the bunny tail.

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You can use any large faux flower you like for this step!

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Tie a bow with the ribbon and glue it in between the two wreath forms. Glue the bunny ear headband to the top of the smaller wreath. Finish it off by hanging with floral wire or adding additional ribbon to the top with a loop and securing with hot glue. Hang with floral wire.

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Faux Fur Ribbon

If you’ve never worked with faux fur, please note that it does make a mess. One of my local favorite makers, Missy at thelittlegreenbean has shared the fur mess, but the the results are worth it! If you want to skip fur completely, you could opt for a loop yarn or just a thick and chunky yarn instead and create a bunny wreath similar to this available for purchase on Etsy.

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Easter Wreath DIY

This fluffy Easter Bunny Wreath DIY is adorable and yet so simple! This tutorial breaks down this project step-by-step using items that can be found at a dollar store. This Easter Wreath comes together in under 30 minutes!

Keywordbunny, bunny shaped, bunny tail, bunny wreath, decor, diy, easter, easter craft, faux fur, ribbon, wreath

Prep Time 20 minutes

Instructions

  1. Wrap both of the wreath forms in faux fur until completely covered. Attach to the form with hot glue.

  2. Attach the two circles together with floral wire with the smaller form on top for the head and larger circle on bottom for the body.

  3. Cut a faux flower from the stem and hot glue to the bottom front of the largest wreath to create the bunny tail.

  4. Tie a bow with the ribbon and glue it in between the two wreath forms.

  5. Glue a bunny ear headband to the top of the smaller wreath.

  6. Hang with floral wire.

Recipe Notes

You can substitute larger wreath forms, such as 9 inch and 12 inch instead for this project. Instead of a foam wreath form you can also use wicker, wire, or wired jute if that is what you have available. Wreath forms can be found at your local dollar store such as Dollar Tree or you can find them in multi-packs for a better value than purchasing individually on Amazon or at your local craft store.

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I hope you love this fun Easter wreath as much as I do! It is colorful, modern, simplistic and can be completed in under a half hour of your time. This fluffy bunny wreath is a simple Easter craft and is a great way to celebrate spring!

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Easter Wreath DIY (Bunny Shaped)Crafts | Decor | Easter | Holidays

The article discusses a DIY Easter wreath project that features a bunny shape. It provides step-by-step instructions on how to create the wreath using materials that can be found at a dollar store. The wreath is made by wrapping foam wreath forms with faux fur ribbon, attaching them together with floral wire, adding a faux flower as a bunny tail, and gluing a bunny ear headband and a ribbon bow. The finished wreath can be hung using floral wire.

Materials and Supplies

The materials and supplies needed for the DIY Easter wreath project are as follows:

  • 6" foam wreath form
  • 8" foam wreath form
  • 6 to 7 yards of 2" white faux fur ribbon (or loop yarn)
  • Hot glue gun
  • Glue sticks
  • White floral wire
  • 20 inches of ribbon
  • Bunny ear headband
  • Large faux flowers
  • Scissors

The article mentions that larger wreath forms, such as 9-inch and 12-inch, can be substituted for the 6-inch and 8-inch forms, respectively. Different types of wreath forms, such as wicker, wire, or wired jute, can also be used if available. These materials can be found at local dollar stores or purchased online.

Instructions

The article provides detailed instructions on how to make the Easter wreath. Here is a summary of the steps:

  1. Wrap both of the wreath forms completely in faux fur ribbon, using hot glue to attach the ribbon to the forms.
  2. Attach the two circles together with white floral wire, placing the smaller form on top and the larger form on the bottom to form the head and body of the bunny wreath.
  3. Cut a faux flower from the stem and glue it to the bottom front of the largest wreath to create the bunny tail.
  4. Tie a bow with the ribbon and glue it in between the two wreath forms.
  5. Glue the bunny ear headband to the top of the smaller wreath.
  6. Hang the wreath with floral wire or additional ribbon.

The article also mentions that working with faux fur can be messy, but the results are worth it. If desired, loop yarn or thick and chunky yarn can be used as an alternative to faux fur.

I hope this information helps you understand the concepts discussed in the article. Let me know if there's anything else I can assist you with!

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