DIY Easter Fluffy Bunny Butt Wreath Craft

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This Easter, take your DIY skills to the next level by making a fluffy Bunny Butt Wreath! Crafting is a fun and rewarding way to get creative and add a personalized touch to your home. This cute and kitsch craft is sure to be a conversation piece and will bring a unique and festive vibe to your Easter décor!

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Bunny Butt Wreath

The full list of materials, tools, and instructions is in the printable tutorial card at the end of this post. I highly recommend reading the blog post all the way through before starting this project to ensure that you have everything required and understand the steps and timings involved.

Easter is just around the corner, and what better way to kick off the holiday festivities than by crafting your own wreath!

You don’t have to be a master of crafts to make this bunny butt wreath, and with step-by-step instructions with photos, you can have it made and displayed in about an hour (maybe less!).

A wire wreath form is covered with a few fluffy white microfiber cloths that are secured in place with a hot glue gun and glue sticks.

Then all that is left to do is to stick on some felt bunny feet and create the cotton tail with pompoms and more microfiber cloth.

Simple, right? So what are you waiting for – read on for all the details!

Bunny Butt Wreath Craft Supplies as listed in the blog post.

Materials & Tools Used in This Craft

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Cheap Craft Supplies

This can be a budget-friendly craft using supplies you may already have or that can be purchased cheaply in stores:

If you’re in the USA, check out your local Dollar Store or Dollar Tree; and if you’re in the UK, the PoundshopThe RangeWilko, and Baker Ross are great places to shop for cheap and inexpensive craft supplies.

To the rest of the world reading this – I don’t know every cheap store out there – sorry! But please do hunt the ones out in your location for crafting bargains!

How To Make an Easter Bunny Butt Wreath

How Do I Make A Bunny Butt Wreath?

The printable tutorial card with the full supplies list and instructions can be found at the end of this post.

Step 1 – Wrap the Wreath Form: Lay a microfiber cloth face down and place the top of the wreath form on it. Add hot glue to the wire and fold the cloth over to stick it to the wreath.

Repeat this process around the wreath with more microfiber cloths.

NOTE: You will need to pull the cloth to shape it around the wreath form.


Step 2 – Attach Feet: Add hot glue to the back side of the felt bunny feet and stick them to the bottom section of the wreath.

NOTE: Lay the bunny feet before gluing to decide their placement.

Step 3 – Create Bunny Tail: Glue 5 large pompoms in a circle at the top center of the wreath.

Lay a microfiber cloth over the top of the pompoms to create the bunny tail. Cut around the cloth to the correct size to cover and wrap under the pompoms, then add hot glue to secure.

Step 4 – Add Hanging Loop: Cut a length of ribbon and fold it to form a loop. Hot glue it to the back of the wreath, and once dried, hang the bunny butt wreath on your door!

Easter Bunny Butt Wreath

More Easter Crafts

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I’ve shared lots of great craft ideas on The Purple Pumpkin Blog over the years, in fact, there are 100+ crafts to make and do at home for you to try!

Easter Craft Idea! Bunny Butt Wreath

Printable Bunny Butt Wreath Tutorial Card

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How To Make A Bunny Butt Wreath

Easter Bunny Butt Wreath

Yield: 1
Active Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour
Difficulty: Beginner

This Easter, take your DIY skills to the next level by making a fluffy Bunny Butt Wreath!

Materials

  • 14-inch (35cm) Wire Wreath Form
  • Printed Felt Bunny Feet
  • Large White Pompoms
  • White Microfiber Duster Cloths
  • Ribbon

Tools

  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks

Instructions

  1. Lay a microfibre cloth face down and place the top of the wreath form on it. Add hot glue to the wire and fold the cloth over to stick it to the wreath. Repeat this process around the wreath with more microfibre cloths. You will need to pull the cloth to shape it around the wreath form.

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  2. Add hot glue to the back side of the felt bunny feet and stick them to the bottom section of the wreath.


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  3. Glue 5 large pompoms in a circle at the top center of the wreath. Lay a microfibre cloth over the top of the pompoms to create the bunny tail. Cut around the cloth to the correct size to cover and wrap under the pompoms, then add hot glue to secure.

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  4. Cut a length of ribbon and fold it to form a loop. Hot glue it to the back of the wreath, and once dried, hang the bunny butt wreath on your door!

    How To Make A Bunny Butt Wreath

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