Make this cute Scrap Fabric Bunny Wreath for Spring.
This is a really easy wreath to make and a great way to use up any scrap fabric you have on hand.
Decorate your bunny any way you want. I added flowers to mine but you could add a bow or fabric carrot. If you’d like the template for felt feet, you can download it here – Bunny Feet Template.
The finished size of the bunny wreath is about 12-inches tall. It’s the perfect size to hang in my kitchen window.
Get all the details below to make this adorable bunny wreath.
Supplies You’ll Need:
- Scrap fabric
- 2 plastic shower curtain rings
- Pipe cleaners (12-inches long)
- Measuring tape or ruler
- Hot glue gun
- White and pink felt
- Flowers or other decorations
How to Make a Scrap Fabric Bunny Wreath
STEP 1: Start by cutting the fabric strips. You will need 18 strips for each ring and they should be about 9-inches long and about 1.25 to 1.5-inches wide.
I used 3 different fabrics to alternate colors so I cut 12 strips of each which gave me enough to complete both rings.
STEP 2: Tie each fabric strip onto the ring by folding in half and placing under the ring. Pull the ends through the loop and tighten as shown above.
STEP 3: Alternate fabrics until the ring is full (about 18 strips of fabric).
STEP 4: Trim the ends of one of the wreaths to make it a little smaller for the head. I found it much easier to do this then to tying shorter strips to the ring.
To attach the body wreath to the head, take two strips of fabric from the body and fold over on the inside of the head ring. Hot glue to the back and trim any excess fabric hanging down.
STEP 5: Next shape bunny ears using two pipe cleaners then lay the pipe cleaners on fabric and roughly trace the shape with a pencil. Cut the fabric and hot glue to the pipe cleaner. Finish by trimming any excess fabric.
STEP 6: Twist a pipe cleaner to the bottom of each ear and wrap around the ring for the head to secure. Last, cut the bunny feet out of felt and hot glue on (get the bunny feet template) and any other decorations.
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