Bunny Easter Wreath DIY + Spring DIY Pinterest Roundup

diy bunny easter wreathMy neighbors may think I’m weird, but I love changing the wreath on our front door for every “holiday.” I also like to decorate the front living room based on the season but that will be for another post. Today I will be sharing with you how I made our Bunny Easter Wreath. I will also be sharing with you a few other DIY’s from fellow #mommybloggers to get you in the spirit and spark that DIY bug up.


  • 2 Metal Wreath Rings (14inch)
  • Burlap Ribbon
  • Floral Wire
  • Various Eggs/Decorations

The majority of the materials used for the Bunny Easter Wreath were purchased from The Dollar Tree. You can check out other Dollar Tree DIY’s, including a shelf here.

The Doin’

I am going to be completely honest and say that I tried different ways to wrap the burlap ribbon around the rings and I failed every time. I watched YouTube videos but I gave up. (Someone please teach me!) As a last resort, I decided to just wrap the ribbon around the two rings as you can see down below. I wanted the top ring to be somewhat smaller than the bottom, which would be the bunny’s body. Since my dollar tree only had one size of the rings I made one smaller by taking the outside metal ring off. It was fairly easy to do this and required just a little bit of strength.

After both rings were completely wrapped in burlap I began to try to shape the ears. I thought the floral wire was going to be sturdier than it was, so next time I may use cardboard instead. Once the ears were shaped to something I was comfortable with I used my glue gun to the remaining burlap ribbon around them.

diy bunny easter wreath

Finally, I began to decorate with various eggs. Initially I planned to do eggs all around the rings but I didn’t want it to look too cluttered. I ended up using only the chalkboard eggs that already came painted and the small Styrofoam ones.

The Final Result

diy bunny easter wreathbunny wreath on door porch









I love the Bunny Easter Wreath! For me its “subtle” yet still out there. I still have a dozen white eggs left over so I may paint them and add them to the wreath or use them for other decorations around the house. Any suggestions?

I hope you enjoyed this quick and easy DIY. Send me your pictures if you try it. Now I am sharing with you a few Spring DIYs I absolutely love. Check them out and try some of them. I hope you enjoy!


Taylor 411                                              The Lucky Pear                                Creative Wife & Joyful Worker

XOX – L.

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  1. I love it, it’s so cute. When I first saw the pic (before reading anything) I thought it was a number 8, lol silly me!
    Let your neighbours think your crazy! I love people who celebrate every “holiday” with gusto 🙂

    1. Haha you were probably like.. why is this crazy with a number 8 wreath. The ears didn’t come out as great as I had planned but maybe I should have planned better. Regardless, it looks cute so I love it. Gracias for stopping by.

    1. Thank you, I took inspiration from two separate wreaths I had seen. Unfortunately those were about $40 each so I decided to incorporate both and make my own for less.

  2. Thank you so much for this! I was just thinking this morning during my run around the neighborhood that we need a wreath – it’s like you read my mind.

    1. Haha awesome! My neighbors are on top of their game so I’ve been trying to be he first to go with these lol.

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