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How To Make A Spring Embroidery Hoop Bunny Door Hanger

This easy DIY Spring Embroidery Hoop Bunny Door Hanger will make a beautiful addition to your Easter decor.

buffalo check bunny hoop wreath

This embroidery hoop bunny door hanger may be my favorite embroidery hoop craft yet! And, I’ve made a ton of embroidery hoop crafts.

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There is just something so sweet about this little buffalo check cutie. This is sometimes called a bunny butt craft, because you are technically looking at the back of the bunny.

Did you see the adorable clay pot bunny butt favors I made for Easter favors? They were very popular on Pinterest. 

You may have caught the facebook live last week where I participated in a super fun Craftathon with 30+ bloggers.

I showed how to make a mini version of this Easter bunny using the same process: 

2 bunny hoop wreaths

How cute are they?! If you want to make the smaller bunny, use a 3″ embroidery hoop. Let me show you how you can make your own pretty embroidery hoop bunny door hanger.

bunny hoop wall decor

 

Supplies Needed For Spring Embroidery Hoop Bunny Door Hanger

buffalo check fabric and embroidery hoop

Step 1. Place buffalo check fabric on the hoop.

Place the embroidery hoop on the buffalo check fabric and mark where you want the fabric to go. Cut a large square to fit the hoop.

buffalo check on embroidery hoop

Step 2. Open the embroidery  hoop screw. 

Loosen the screw on the embroidery hoop and place the buffalo check fabric on top of the larger hoop.

Place the smaller hoop on top until it is secure and tighten the screw. Trim any fabric excess.

fabric in embroidery hoop

Step 3. Cut out the foam pieces for the bunny ears and feet. 

Determine the size you want for the bunny ears and feet. Cut out 2 of each with the foam board. 

foam ears for bunny

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foam template for bunny ears

Step 4. Place buffalo check fabric on top of the foam ears.

Place the buffalo check fabric on top of the foam ears and cut the fabric to size.

bunny ear on buffalo check fabric

Step 5. Secure the buffalo check fabric with Fabri-Tac

Use Beacon Fabri-Tac to secure the fabric to the foam ears. This fabric glue works wonders! It is very quick to bond and a little goes a long way.

Beacon fabri-tac

buffalo check fabric on bunny ear

Step 6. Glue the buffalo check ears to the bunny hoop 

Glue the bunny ears to the top center of the hoop wreath. Be sure to place them at an angle, so they  look like bunny ears.

fabri-tac with bunny ear

Step 7. Place the foam for the bunny feet on white felt 

Cut out white felt using the foam bunny feet as a template.

white felt on foam for bunny feet

Step 8. Use Fabri-Tac to glue the felt to the bunny feet  

Place fabric glue on the felt and secure it to the foam feet template. Glue the feet to the bottom of the hoop wreath.

white felt feet on embroidery hoop

Step 9. Add pink glitter cardstock to the bunny feet.  

Use a round hole punch, or cut circles and glue to the bunny feet, for the pads and toes.

pink sparkle cardstock on bunny feet

bunny feet with pink pads

Step 10. Make a pretty bow 

Use ribbon of your choice to make a pretty bow and tie it around the embroidery hoop screw. I used a simple shoestring bow. 

floral bow on bunny

floral bow

Step 11. Create a bunny tail out of batting   

Gather a handful of batting and create a ball for the bunny tail. You can also use a large pompom tail if you like. I show a pompom tail on the smaller embroidery hoop bunny. 

bunny tail

Step 12. Use Fabri-Tac to glue the bunny tail to the top of the bunny feet  

Place fabric glue on the wreath where you want the bunny tail to go and secure it to the wreath. You can also use hot glue.

bunny tail on bunny wreath

That’s all there is to it. This hoop bunny wreath can be displayed in so many different ways. It looks great hung on a wall:

bunny hoop wall decor

Or hung on your front door:

easter bunny wreath on front door

I love how it looks in a sweet spring vignette on a DIY pallet door:

bunny wreath on blue door

And the little bunny hoops would be a sweet little gift for the kiddos. I may add these to my nieces Easter baskets.

2 small bunny hoops

You can even add their name in vinyl. Wouldn’t that be cute? Kids love anything that has their name on it! I hope you enjoyed this simple Spring Easter craft.

I am ready for all things Spring and have lots of great things coming up in the next few weeks. 

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Mini Embroidery Hoop DIY Bunny Wreath

bunny wreath on blue door

How To Make A Spring Embroidery Hoop Bunny Door Hanger

Yield: 1 Door Hanger
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Active Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 45 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $10-15

Learn how to make an adorable DIY Spring Easter bunny hoop wreath with just a few supplies. You can use buffalo check fabric, or any fabric that you like. Plus, you can make the door hanger any size you like too using a different size embroidery hoop.

Materials

  • 12″ Embroidery Hoop
  • Batting 
  • Fabri-Tac Fabric Glue
  • Buffalo Check Fabric 
  • White Felt 
  • Pink Glitter Cardstock

Tools

  • Fabric Scissors
  • Circle Punch
  • Cordless Hot Glue Gun 

Instructions

  1. Cut a large square of buffalo check fabric to fit the embroidery hoop.
  2. Loosen the screw on the embroidery hoop and secure the fabric in the hoop.
  3. Tighten the screw and trim any excess fabric.
  4. Cut out 2 bunny ears and 2 bunny feet from the foam board. 
  5. Place the buffalo check fabric on top of the foam ears and cut to size.
  6. Use Beacon Fabri-Tac to secure the fabric to the foam ears.
  7. Glue the bunny ears to the top center of the hoop wreath.
  8. Cut out white felt for the foam bunny feet and glue to the foam template.
  9. Glue the feet to the bottom of the hoop wreath.
  10. Cut circles and glue to the bunny feet, for the pads and toes.
  11. Make a pretty bow and tie it around the embroidery hoop screw.
  12. Create a ball for the bunny tail with batting.
  13. Glue to the top center of the bunny feet.
  14. Display your Spring embroidery hoop bunny door hanger.

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Friday 19th of February 2021

This is adorable!

Deana Landers

Wednesday 10th of February 2021

Michelle, this is such a sweet bunny wreath. My granddaughters are coming next week. I'll have to them this one.

Kim Purvis

Wednesday 10th of February 2021

So super cute lady! Love those bunny butts. Pinned!

Maria

Monday 8th of February 2021

What a sweet Easter wreath! The mini version is adorable!

Anita Holland

Monday 8th of February 2021

Michelle, this project really made me smile, it is just too cute. And great that you upcycled most of the materials.

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