April 8, 2017
DIY Easter Bunny Butt Wreath
It’s been a while since I last posted. Life just seems to be getting in the way lately. I did, however, find some time to work on a new DIY Easter Bunny Butt Wreath for my front door and I wanted to show how you too can make this adorable bunny wreath. I was inspired by a similar wreath that I saw on the Craft Outlet FB page and I thought that this would look awesome on my front door! I order craft supplies from them on a regular bases. They have some cute accessories (like the bunny butt) that I can’t find at my local craft stores. This DIY Easter bunny wreath is easy to do and it took me less than an hour to complete it. So let’s get started!
Here are the items you will need to make this wreath. I ordered most of my supplies from Craft Outlet. I will link their website down below.
22″ Plush Bunny butt & legs (Hot Pink) $21.50
10″ Poly mesh roll: Metallic Apple/Lime $3.95
10″ Poly mesh roll: Metallic Lime/Orange/Fuchsia $6.25
1.5″ Bunny & Carrots woven ribbon: Lime Green $5.50
1.5″ Canvas bubble dots ribbon: Lime $5.95
18″ Twine orange carrot bundle spray $4.95
10″ Orange carrot pick bundle (6 carrots) $2.95
Dollar store 14″ metal wreath form $1.00
Michaels crafts 1 Pkg of white pipe cleaners $.99
The first thing you want to do is take your 10″ width mesh and cut it into 18″ lengths. You will cut a total of 18 pieces of each color. You can buy a wreath form that already has the 18 tinsels attached to it. The Craft Outlet website sells the wreath forms in all sorts of colors. I used what I had on hand and just added my own pipe cleaner to the Dollar store metal wreath form.
After you have your pieces cut out you will start taking one color and scrunching it into a bow and then grab the second color and do the same thing. Once you combine the two pieces of mesh you will attach it to the metal wreath form by securing it with the pipe cleaner. You do that all the way around until the wreath from is nice and full.
Now it’s time to add the cute ribbon of your choice. I used two different types of ribbon to add color and dimension. I cut both sets of ribbon into 8″ pieces and secured them randomly around the wreath using the pipe cleaners to hold them into place.
Once you have the ribbon the way you like it, you can now move on to gluing the carrots into place. I used two types of carrots. You can see from the pic where I placed mine but it’s up to you where you would like to put them. The last thing to do is secure the cute bunny butt to your wreath form and then hang your adorable DIY Easter bunny wreath on your door. I guarantee you will be the envy of your neighborhood!
Like I said, its quick and easy and your bunny butt wreath will make quite a statement on your front door for years to come.
Here’s another look at the finished product.
I hope you found this tutorial helpful and as always thanks for stopping by!