Hoppin' Door Decor: The Perfect Springtime Wreath

Don’t let spring hop away. Welcome the season and your guests in style with a sweet door hanging that’s certain to make you smile.

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Get your home in the spring spirit by making this adorable embroidery hoop bunny wreath.

Welcome spring with this adorable bunny wreath. Take a break from traditional doorhangings, and create a springtime piece from basic crafting items for frontdoor decor that is outrageously cute.

Photo by: Jalynn Baker

Jalynn Baker

Materials Needed

  • fabric
  • 2X embroidery hoops
  • hot glue gun
  • pom-pom maker
  • yarn
  • cardboard
  • decorative trim
  • ribbon
  • floral wire
  • scissors

Cover Embroidery Hoops

For the base of the bunny wreath, fill two embroidery hoops with the fabric of your choice. One hoop should be slightly larger than the other. These will be the bunny's body and head.

Place the smaller of the two hoops at the top of the larger hoop, and secure with hot glue. Now it's time to add the bunny features!

Add Bunny Features

A fluffy tail is essential to any good bunny wreath. Create the tail using a pom-pom maker and white yarn. One complete, secure to the base of the larger hoop with a bit of hot glue. Perky ears are next. Cut ear shapes out of cardboard, and cover with more of the fabric used for the bunny's body. Attach the ears to the top embroidery hoop to finish off the bunny.

Complete Wreath

To finish the wreath, attach decorative ribbon around the edges of the embroidery hoops. Using a thicker ribbon, create a large bow, and secure it with floral wire. Attach the bow just below the bunny head for a super-sweet bowtie. Create a small ribbon loop at the back of the hoopto hang.

Whimsical Metal Bunny Rabbit Door Hanger

Whimsical Metal Bunny Rabbit Door Hanger

Enhance your décor with this door hanger that features a whimsical metal bunny rabbit design for playful flair to your home.

Photo by: Jalynn Baker

Jalynn Baker

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