How to Make a Dollar Tree Sun Hat Bunny Wreath

7 Materials
$15
45 Minutes
Easy

I’m so excited to share this adorable Dollar Tree Sun Hat Bunny Wreath. It came together so easily, and will look adorable on your front door, or in your entryway. You only need a few simple supplies to make this sweet bunny wreath.

Here are the supplies needed:


  • Dollar Tree Sun Hat
  • Dollar Tree Flowers
  • Dollar Tree Bunny Basket
  • Scissors
  • Chalk Marker
  • Burlap Fabric
  • Brown Pipe Cleaners
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Sharpie

Cut the basket handle and bunny ears off of the bunny basket. You will reuse them on the wreath. Remove the bunny nose to use as well. 

Next, lay the bunny ears on the burlap fabric, and use a sharpie to trace a bunny ear around it.

Use your scissors to cut out the burlap ears. Hot glue the gingham bunny ears to the center of the burlap ears, then secure the finished ears to the top of the sun hat.

Secure the brown pipe cleaners to the side of the nose with hot glue to act as whiskers. Cut a circle piece of fabric from the leftover bunny basket. You will use this to make part of the nose, and it will also cover up where you hot glued the whiskers.

add pretty spring flowers to the top of the hat.

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  • Nic52461030 Nic52461030 on Mar 21, 2022

    How did you get the bunny ears to stand up on top over the hat?

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  • Swainy Swainy on Mar 10, 2022

    You are awesome! What a CUTE and easy idea….will look great on the front door.

  • Mary Mary on Apr 07, 2022

    I just got all the supplies together and will making this today. I have a very protected front door so that's where it's going. Thanks for the cute design.

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