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Adorable DIY Fluffy Easter Bunny Wreath

This adorable DIY Easter Bunny wreath is so easy, you can make this Easter Wreath in 30 minutes or less making it the ideal Spring Craft.

Fluffy white and pink Easter Bunny Butt Wreath hanging on a wood door

Who doesn’t love Easter? Whether you’re planning a delightful Easter dinner complete with a delicious Easter Cake or surprising loved ones with fun Easter baskets, it’s a time to celebrate and create lasting memories. And there are so many creative ways to decorate your home with Easter Candy Centerpieces and Easter Wreath Ideas!

This Fluffy Bunny Butt Wreath has been the talking point of many visits at my front door. Everyone has loved it. It’s perfectly playful and whimsical like our chic feather easter egg wreath. It’s an incredibly easy easter craft to make in under 30 minutes, and is a budget-friendly spring craft that will look perfect on a front door or anywhere in your home.

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🐇 How to Make An Easter Bunny Wreath

Begin by removing all the labels from your wreath supplies. If there is any sticky residue, use your nail or a damp rag to rub it off.

Label on a white foam wreath being held in a hand.

Attach the Bunny Ears

Then take the bunny ears headband and stretch out the headband a little (be careful not to snap the headband.) You want it loose enough that it will lay snug against the wreath.

Bunny ears headband stretched and glued onto a white foam wreath.

Hot glue the headband into place across the top of the wreath.

Hold it firmly in place until the glue cools to form a strong bond.

Wrap the Wreath

Take one end of the marabou boa and secure it to the foam wreath with a greening pin.

End of a marabou boa is held in place by a silver greening pin on a foam wreath.

Wrap the boa tightly around the foam wreath. Take special care to hide the headband so only the bunny ears are showing.

white foam wreath with bunny ears and half wrapped in a white marabou boa

Secure the marabou boa occasionally with greening pins.

When your marabou boa runs out, secure the end with another greening pin and start the next marabou boa, and continue to wrap the foam wreath with the boa.

Hand holding a white foam wreath in place while a greening pin is inserted to hold the boa in place.

Continue this process until the entire wreath is wrapped in the marabou boa and secured with the greening pins.

Fully wrapped white marabou boa bunny wreath with bunny ears

Simple as that you now have a fluffy Bunny Wreath!

Now you could stop here and still have a pretty cute fluffy Easter Bunny Wreath.

But, I like to make my wreaths stand out a little more from everyone else, so if you want, follow along and we’ll add feet and a bunny tail.

Make the Bunny Feet

Using the the foam craft sheets, we will be cutting out little bunny feet.

You will need two white “bunny feet”, 2 pink heart shapes for the main foot pad,  and 6 little pink circle pads for the “toes”.

Individual pieces of a bunny food cut out of foam craft paper on a white background

I used my fist as a size reference, and drew a bunny foot-shaped circle around my fist to create the white “bunny feet”.

Cut out each bunny foot circle.

Left hand illustrating how to use a fit as a size reference for cutting out the white bunny foot pad

Cut out 2 hearts and 6 circles from the pink foam sheets.

I eyeballed the rest estimating how big I’d need the heart and circles. The circles are approximately quarter sizes, but not exact. You can always trim down, so shoot a little big and then trim down to the size you need.

Hot glue the pink heart shapes and circles onto the white bunny feet.

2 completed foam craft paper bunny feet with pink pads

Decide where you want the bunny feet to rest on the wreath. Move aside the marabou boa so you have access to the foam wreath below. Hot glue the foot into place. Then fluff the marabou boa back into place.

Detailed view of a bunny foot attached to the fluffy bunny wreath

Repeat for the second foot.

Two foam craft sheet bunny feet attached to a white fluffy bunny wreath

Decide where you want the fluffy pink bunny tail and secure it into place with greening pins.

Pink fluffy bunny tail attached to the bottom of a fluffy wreath

Add a small ribbon hanger. Decide how long you want your hanger to be.

Measure out the ribbon, fold it to make a hook, and hot glue it into a hook shape. Then hot glue it onto the back of the wreath (gently pushing the marabou boa aside). Allow the hot glue to completely cool to form a strong bond.

You can also secure it with a greening pin for extra strength.

A grosgrain ribbon looped and attached to the top of the wreath with a greening pin

Now you can hang your Fluffy Easter Bunny Wreath!

A white over the door wreath hook holding the white bunny wreath on a red door

🪝How to Hang a Wreath

I’ve been asked many times, “How do you hang a wreath on the front door or wall if there isn’t already a hook in place?”

Over-the-Door Wreath Hangers are great because they’re super easy to use and won’t leave any marks. Plus, you can take them down in a flash.

The size you get depends on where you want your wreath to hang. Just measure how far down from the top of the door you want it to sit, and choose a hanger that matches that distance. Adjustable wreath hangers are my personal favorite – they let you change things up depending on the wreath you’re using!

A white over the door wreath hook holding the white bunny wreath on a red door

Command Hooks are another great way to hang a wreath. These are easily attached to your front door exactly where you want your wreath to hang. Make sure the hook you select is rated for at least 5 lbs and is suitable for outdoor use.

When you take down your wreath, you simply remove the hook and wash off any sticky residue that might remain.

Command hooks aren’t as sturdy as an over-the-door wreath hanger though. I have had cases where in a hot day, the adhesive will heat up and no longer adhere to the door, and down goes the wreath and hook all in one.

But for the most part, if your door isn’t in direct sunlight, the command hooks work great.

A clear command hook attached to a wood door holding the wreath

**NOTE: I hung my Fluffy Easter Bunny Wreath on my Red pantry door. It’s a HALF-sized door, so it might make the wreath look a little bigger than it actually is.

White fluffy Easter bunny Wreath hanging on a red pantry door

To make a bigger bunny wreath simply use a larger foam wreath. You may need an extra marabou boa if you make a bigger easter wreath.

💡 Tips For Success

I like my spring crafts to last beyond just one year. These are a few tips I use to make sure this bunny wreath will stay securely put together as you display it on your front door this Easter season.

  • Hot Glue: where possible, use the hot glue on the hot setting. As it cools on the craft it forms a stronger bond, allowing the ears to stay put and not blow off in the wind.
  • Secure the Greening Pins: When inserting the greening pins, make sure they are fully inserted. If you want an added measure of certainty, you can put a tiny dab of hot glue on the wreath below the green pin and then push the pin into the glue. I’d advise wearing gloves if you do to prevent burns.
  • Avoid Rain. The best part of the bunny wreath is how fluffy the boa makes it appear. If it gets wet, it will look like a sad drowned bunny. If it is raining, bring your wreath indoors.
White fluffy Easter Bunny Wreath hanging on a designed glass front door

If you make your own Bunny Wreath I’d LOVE to see it! Share it on our Facebook Page or Instagram and TAG @Busycreatingmemories!

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Fluffy white and pink Easter Bunny Butt Wreath hanging on a wood door

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Saturday 23rd of January 2021

What is the tail made of


Tuesday 4th of May 2021

a simple large pompom fluff ball I found at a craft store


Thursday 27th of February 2020

Where did you get the tail?

Judy Rowell

Sunday 9th of February 2020

Ova the bunny wreath!! What did you make the fluffy tail with?


Saturday 13th of April 2019

Fell in love with this wreath the first time I saw it. I made one today and it truely didn take long at all to make. Thanks for sharing.


Sunday 31st of March 2019

I think this bunny is super cute, however, have ears that you would see when looking at the bunny face then you have a tail which would be it’s backside. I’m going to go shopping again and get big eyes, nose, whiskers and maybe something to go at the neck so it will be a bunny face only.

Thanks for sharing your idea! I will post a photo IF mine turns out lol. Fingers crossed

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