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Dollar Tree Easter Egg Bunny Butt Wreath Instructions


DIY Dollar Tree Easter Egg Bunny Butt Wreath; DIY Easter Decor
DIY Easter Decor: Dollar Tree Bunny Butt Wreath Tutorial

Dollar Tree Easter Egg Bunny Butt Wreath


Get ready to hop into spring with the cutest DIY Easter decor project - a Dollar Tree Bunny Butt Wreath! This adorable and budget-friendly wreath tutorial will have your front door looking festive and fun in no time. Follow along as we show you how to create this whimsical decoration that is sure to bring smiles to all who see it. Let's get crafting!


Easter is just around the corner, and it's time to start thinking about festive decorations for your home. But why spend a fortune on store-bought decor when you can create your own at a fraction of the cost? That's where DIY Easter decor comes in! Not only is it budget-friendly, but it also allows you to add a personal touch to your holiday decorations.


One fun and whimsical DIY project that has been gaining popularity is the Dollar Tree Bunny Butt Wreath. This adorable wreath combines two classic symbols of Easter – bunnies and wreaths – into one creative and eye-catching decoration. And best of all, you can make it using supplies from the Dollar Tree!



Supplies Needed For Your Dollar Tree Easter Egg Bunny Butt Wreath 



2 dollar tree egg wreath forms

Burlap Ribbon

3 bags of dollar tree eggs (mine had 6 in each bag)

Hot Glue Gun/ glue sticks

Black zip ties (I get mine at dollar tree) and clear or whatever you have on hand

Moss (dollar tree)

Twine carrots (dollar tree)

Wooden fence pieces (dollar tree)

Piece of card stock or card board

White chalk paint or acrylic

Paintbrush

Dollar tree bunny butt






DIY Easter Decor: Dollar Tree Bunny Butt Wreath Tutorial

Start by painting your fence pieces with the white paint (I used chalk paint and did 2 coats)

Next lay out your eggs on the wreath form how you want the colors (flip over the wreath form so the curved back is on the bottom

Once the fence pieces are dry, zip tie them together (I used a clear one for this) and then zip tie the ends to the wreath form.

Add the piece of cardstock or cardboard on the bottom of the fence pieces and then stick it into the bottom of the wreath form with hot glue.

Add hot glue to the cardstock and then press the moss on top.

Add some hot glue to the backside of the bunny butt and press firmly onto the moss. Then add glue to the twine carrots and add those to the fence section

Place the other wreath form on top and with patience add zip ties to secure the top and bottom egg wreath forms together

I made a simple bow using the burlap ribbon and securing them with a zip tie. Add some hot glue to the backside of the bow and press firmly onto the top of the wreath form.




Decorating for Easter can be both fun and budget-friendly with this DIY bunny butt wreath tutorial using items from the Dollar Tree. Not only is it a cute and festive addition to your home decor, but it also serves as a reminder of the joy and whimsy that comes with springtime. With just a few simple materials, you can create an adorable wreath that will impress your guests and bring a smile to everyone's face. So why not give it a try and add some Easter charm to your home? Happy crafting!





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