How to Make an Easter Bunny Wreath

Take your Easter wreath to the next level with this furry bunny wreath. Feather boas give it a fun, fluffy bunny look.

This year opt for something more than a standard Easter wreath. Inject some fun into your door decor with a furry bunny wreath. You will find it quick and easy to make with materials readily available at craft stores. The result is cute and whimsical and says to everyone, "Easter is here!"

Furry Easter Bunny Wreath

Furry Easter Bunny Wreath

Make a furry Easter bunny wreath

Photo by: Sam Henderson

Sam Henderson

Materials Needed:

Furry Easter Bunny Wreath

Furry Easter Bunny Wreath

Make a furry Easter bunny wreath

Photo by: Sam Henderson

Sam Henderson

  • 1 medium foam wreath form
  • 1 small foam wreath form
  • 1 half ball foam form
  • glue stick and hot glue gun
  • foam sheet (at least 1-1/2 inches thick)
  • permanent marker
  • serrated knife
  • 6-8 white feather boas
  • satin ribbon 
Furry Easter Bunny Wreath

Furry Easter Bunny Wreath

Make a furry Easter bunny wreath

Photo by: Sam Henderson

Sam Henderson

Glue the small wreath to the medium wreath with hot glue. Hold in place until secure. Add the half ball to the bottom of the medium wreath with hot glue.

Furry Easter Bunny Wreath

Furry Easter Bunny Wreath

Make a furry Easter bunny wreath

Photo by: Sam Henderson

Sam Henderson

Draw bunny ears with a marker on the foam sheet. Cut them out with a serrated knife. Glue the ears to the top of the small wreath form and center over the foam half ball.

Furry Easter Bunny Wreath

Furry Easter Bunny Wreath

Make a furry Easter bunny wreath

Photo by: Sam Henderson

Sam Henderson

Glue one end of a feather boa to the wreath form. Wrap the boa around the forms to cover completely. Add a spot of glue at the end to secure. Repeat with the remaining boas until the form is completely covered, including the ears and tail. Tie a wide satin ribbon around the neck to finish. 

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