Whimsical Easter Bunny Pom-Pom Wreath

Happy Monday, Friends! Did you have a nice weekend? I don't know about you, but I've got spring projects on my mind and March just happens to be National Craft Month! With Easter only several weeks away, I decided to craft a whimsical Easter bunny wreath. Today I'll show you how to use embroidery hoops and pom-poms to create your own... 

whimsical easter bunny pom pom wreath

Here's what you'll need: {I've provided links for supplies at the end of the post.} 

  • Two embroidery hoops: one 8" and one 10".
  • Pom-poms: seventeen 2" and twenty 1.5" 
  • Bunny ear headband
  • Glue gun
  • Ribbon and floral accents 

whimsical Easter bunny pom pom wreath

Remember these thrift store bunny ears I found for .25? I also found a large bag of pom-poms not long ago. Thrift stores are a great place to hunt craft supplies. Once you've gathered the needed materials, start by hot gluing the ears to the smaller hoop. 

whimsical Easter bunny pom pom wreath

Next, glue the two hoops together to form the bunny's head and body...

whimsical pom pom bunny wreath

...and then glue on the pom-poms to cover the hoops, using the 1.5" on the top hoop and the 2" on the bottom one. Once the hoops are covered, add a dab of glue to attach the pom-pom ends to each other. This will prevent them from falling to one side, like the bottom one in the photo below. 

Whimsical Easter bunny pom-pom wreath
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Last, raid your craft stash for ribbon and flowers to embellish your bunny! 

whimsical pom pom bunny wreath

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  1. I was itching to see what you were going to do with those ears. I think it's great! I love "skinny" wreathes/decorations even tho I no longer have a door with a screen door. I used to hate it when the door decoration prevented the screen/storm door from shutting tightly. This one passes with honors! Or worse yet, the frost stuck the flowers to the glass and ruined it!

  2. That's so cute! Love it.
    ;) Cecilia

  3. That's adorable Cecilia! You are so creative!

  4. Those satin ears are just too cute!

  5. This is super cute! Love how easy it is.

  6. OMGosh! So adorable, thanks for sharing!

  7. Please don't be offended, but many of us crafters are looking for ways to make inexpensive wreaths and crafts. You can get the "bunny ears" headband at Dollar Tree, you can shop thrift/second hand stores for embroidery hoops, and you can get wired ribbon at the DT. The only thing they wouldn't have are the big pom poms. The links you've given for purchasing the supplies are outrageous. On the other hand, your bunny is absolutely precious! Thanks for sharing the "how to" with us.

    1. Hi Barb, I'm not offended ;) I'm responding here because with no-reply blogger comments like yours, I'm unable to respond directly by email. If you read my posts regularly, I ALWAYS suggest shopping thrift stores and dollar stores first. In fact, in 5 years, I can't remember a craft I've shared that didn't start with a thrift store, yard sale or dollar store find! For example, in this very post I wrote:
      "Remember these thrift store bunny ears I found for .25? I also found a large bag of pom-poms not long ago. Thrift stores are a great place to hunt craft supplies." However, I have many readers who prefer to shop online so I provide the affiliate links as a courtesy to those readers and also to help support my blog. Like many bloggers, I am self employed and while I love what I do, between my blog and Etsy shops I put in more hours than many full time jobs require. I don't think most people realize the time involved and just thought you might like to know.
      I am glad you liked the bunny!

  8. I love to find ideas like this that are cute as an be and also easy! Thank you for sharing on Party in Your PJ's! Teresa

  9. These are so cute time for a trip to Dollar Tree


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