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As Easter approaches, why not brighten up your home with a charming Homemade Easter Egg Bunny Wreath? It’s adorable and easy to create. Plus, most materials can be found at the Dollar store, keeping costs low.

Whether you hang it on your front door or mantle, this wreath will add a fresh, seasonal touch to your home. Here’s a simple guide to making your own Easter Egg Bunny Wreath.

Dollar Tree Easter Egg Bunny Butt Wreath

Supplies

  • 2 egg wreaths form
  • Burlap Ribbon
  • 3 bags of eggs
  • Hot Glue Gun (find it here)
  • Dollar tree bunny butt
  • Black zip ties
  • Moss (find it here)
  • Twine carrots
  • Wooden fence pieces
  • Piece of card stock or cardboard
  • White chalk paint or acrylic paint
  • Paintbrush 
materials for easter wreath

Most of these supplies were purchased at Dollar Tree. I have also provided links to Amazon for convenient online shopping.

How to Make an Easter Wreath

  1. Start by painting your fence pieces with white paint. Apply two coats if needed.
Dollar Tree Easter Egg Bunny Butt Wreath
  1. Lay your eggs on the wreath form according to your preferred color arrangement. Flip over the wreath form so the curved back is on the bottom.
Dollar Tree Easter Egg Bunny Butt Wreath
  1. Once the fence pieces are dry, secure them with a clear zip tie, then attach the ends to the wreath form.
  2. Place a piece of cardstock or cardboard at the bottom of the fence pieces and secure it to the bottom of the wreath form with hot glue.
  3. Apply hot glue to the cardstock and press the moss on top.
Dollar Tree Easter Egg Bunny Butt Wreath
  1. Apply hot glue to the backside of the bunny butt and firmly press it onto the moss. Then, add glue to the twine carrots and attach them to the fence section.
Dollar Tree Easter Egg Bunny Butt Wreath
  1. Place the other wreath form on top and patiently secure the top and bottom egg wreath forms together using zip ties.
  2. Make a simple bow using the burlap ribbon, securing it with a zip tie. Apply hot glue to the backside of the bow and firmly press it onto the top of the wreath form.
Dollar Tree Easter Egg Bunny Butt Wreath
Dollar Tree Easter Egg Bunny Butt Wreath
Dollar Tree Easter Egg Bunny Butt Wreath
Dollar Tree Easter Egg Bunny Butt Wreath

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Dollar Tree Easter Egg Bunny Butt Wreath

Easy DIY Easter Egg Bunny Wreath

Create a charming Easter Egg Bunny Wreath easily with this DIY guide, combining burlap, a cute bunny decoration, and colorful eggs into a festive home accent. Perfect for crafting enthusiasts looking to spruce up their spring decor.

Ingredients
  

  • 2 egg wreaths form
  • Burlap Ribbon
  • 3 bags eggs
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Dollar tree bunny butt
  • Black zip ties
  • Moss
  • Twine carrots
  • Wooden fence pieces
  • Piece of card stock or cardboard
  • White chalk paint or acrylic paint
  • Paintbrush¬†

Instructions
 

  • Start by painting your fence pieces with white paint. Apply two coats if needed.
  • Lay your eggs on the wreath form according to your preferred color arrangement. Flip over the wreath form so the curved back is on the bottom.
  • Once the fence pieces are dry, secure them with a clear zip tie, then attach the ends to the wreath form.
  • Place a piece of cardstock or cardboard at the bottom of the fence pieces and secure it to the bottom of the wreath form with hot glue.
  • Apply hot glue to the cardstock and press the moss on top.
  • Apply hot glue to the backside of the bunny butt and firmly press it onto the moss. Then, add glue to the twine carrots and attach them to the fence section.
  • Place the other wreath form on top and patiently secure the top and bottom egg wreath forms together using zip ties.
  • Make a simple bow using the burlap ribbon, securing it with a zip tie. Apply hot glue to the backside of the bow and firmly press it onto the top of the wreath form.
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