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Create A Sweet Easter Bunny Wreath with Dollar Store Supplies

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Make the cutest Easter bunny wreath using Dollar Tree feather mop heads! It’s a budget-friendly spring craft that will look perfect on a front door.

This springtime door hanger can be made in less than an hour for about $10.

I’m all about quick and easy crafts and it doesn’t get much easier than this DIY Easter wreath!

I’ve been having some fun the past week creating new Easter crafts, recipes and spring decorations to share with you.

In case you missed it here are the newest must-see projects:

If you follow me on Facebook or Instagram you know how much I LOVE wreath making.

The first thing I do with any new season or holiday is change out the wreath on my front door.

It really is a nice way to greet friends and family. Plus, it gives me an excuse to create! 🙂

Here are several spring and Easter wreaths I’ve made over the years that you may enjoy:

Now let’s get to this adorable wreath that will make the perfect addition to your Easter decor.

Dollar Tree Easter Bunny Wreath Supplies

supplies for bunny wreath

How to Make a Bunny Wreath

Here are the step-by-step instructions to make this DIY wreath, but I’ve also included a printable craft card at the end of this post to make it even easier!

Step 1. Glue the mop heads

Start by using your hot glue gun to secure the mop heads to the wire wreath form.

The 12″ form uses 4 mops with 2 left to cover the bunny ears.

placing mop head on wreath form

It is easier to lay the mop heads on a flat surface then place the wreath form on top.

adding hot glue to wreath

Simply fold the mops up and over the wire and hot glue. Pull it snug so there is no wire left showing on the sides.

The back of the wreath will not be covered. This doesn’t bother me as it will be hanging on a door or wall.

If you want to cover it, you can use felt or fabric.

mop heads on wreath

Step 2. Create the Bunny Ears

If you are using the wreath form with the bunny ears all you need to do is hot glue a mop head to each bunny ear the same way you covered the wreath.

I didn’t have the bunny form so I had to get a bit creative with my bunny ears.

Once your ears are covered, skip this step and proceed to step 3.

To create bunny ears I used scrap cardboard. Don’t be too concerned with it being perfect as the fluffy mops will cover it.

cardboard ears for bunny

Just make sure you have the correct size for your bunny body and include a pointy top.

Fold the mop head over the cardboard and use your hot glue gun to secure it.

gluing mop head to cardboard bunny ear

Before you close up the bunny ear, add floral wire to the ear. (I cut an old wreath form with wire cutters)

This will allow you to bend the ear if you like and it will give it more stability.

wire used for bunny ears

Continue gluing until it is covered. Repeat for the second bunny ear. So cute!

pair of bunny ears covered with mop heads

Place the bunny ears where you like them on the body and glue, glue glue!

gluing ears to wreath form

Step 3. Decorate with spring flowers

You can find beautiful (and cheap) spring flowers at Dollar Tree.

I’m so thankful to live within 30 minutes of Hobby Lobby, Michaels and JoAnn Fabric and Crafts so I always check out the sales.

With coupons and sales you can easily find gorgeous fake flowers at a really great price.

spring flowers for bunny

Start by laying out your greenery to get an idea of the placement. Once you are happy with it, add a bit of hot glue.

greenery on wreath

QUICK TIP: to get rid of those pesky hot glue strings, run a hair dryer over your craft and they will disappear!

Once you have your greenery secured, start adding spring flowers.

spring flowers on bunny

Add your largest piece to the center, then fill in around it with smaller accent flowers.

It’s always best to hang the wreath up, take a step back and see if the flowers are placed evenly, or if you need to add any more.

bunny wreath on door

As a crafter it is hard not to “overdue” it.

This bunny wreath is really meant to be about the soft and fluffy white wreath. The flowers are just an accent.

Too many flowers will take away from the look, so less is more here. Another option in place of mop heads is to use loop yarn.

It is more expensive, but also gives a similar look.

Here is a fall loop yarn wreath so you can see what it looks like.

Step 4. Add twine for hanging

To hang the wreath, secure a piece of twine, ribbon, or even a zip tie through the wire on the back.

I was able to just hang it on my door using the wire base.

There is a large command hook on my door which makes it super easy to switch out my wreaths.

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bunny wreath pin

What do you think of this fuzzy bunny wreath? Is this something you could see yourself making?

It would also look just as lovely inside your home over a mantel or buffet.

If you are hanging it on your front door, make sure it has some protection, otherwise you will have a very soggy bunny. 🙂

bunny wreath pin

Thank you so much for stopping by. Happy crafting!

For more bunny wreath inspiration, be sure to check out my friend Heather’s cute DIY Easter Bunny Wreath here and this super sweet Easter Bunny Peeps Wreath from Heathered Nest! 🐰

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bunny wreath on door

Easter Bunny Wreath with Dollar Tree Mop Heads

Yield: 1 Bunny Wreath
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Active Time: 25 minutes
Total Time: 45 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $10

Add a fluffy Easter bunny wreath to your front door with this super cute wreath idea. It's made with all Dollar Tree supplies so it's affordable too!


  • Dollar Tree Bunny Wreath Form
  • Wire and Cardboard for each bunny ear
  • Assorted Spring Flowers
  • 6 Dollar Tree Mop Heads


  • Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
  • Wire Cutters
  • Fabric Scissors


  • Hot glue 4 mop heads to the wire wreath base.
  • Cover each bunny ear with a mop head and glue.
  • Attach spring flowers to the top of the bunny and secure with hot glue.
  • Attach ribbon or twine for hanging.

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Tuesday 21st of March 2023

Michelle, LOVE this!! So darn cute!! Thanks so much for sharing!! Hugs, Deb


Tuesday 21st of March 2023

Aww thanks so much Debbie! I'm loving seeing all your decorations too!! Happy Spring!

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