Chocolate Easter Bunny Wreath Craft Tutorial

I had fun creating an Easter craft for Chocolat Frey, and said I would show you how I did it. So, here is the tutorial on how to make the Chocolate Easter Bunny Wreath. 

Chocolate Easter Bunny Wreath

Chocolate Easter Bunny Wreath

To make this Chocolate Easter Bunny Wreath, you will need the following supplies:

1 (12″) styrofoam wreath form

1 precut Jelly Roll Fabric pack, or 2 3/4 yards of fabric, cut in 2.5 inch strips width of fabric

5 chocolate Easter bunnies wrapped in aluminum foil, such as the Chocolat Frey Chocolate Bunnies

4 (3″) tiny plastic Easter baskets, or 4 baskets cut using Cricut Design Space

4 plastic Easter eggs

7 assorted color pipe cleaners

candy to fill the plastic eggs if you wish

2 yards satin ribbon for hanging

fabric jelly roll

fabric jelly roll

plastic eggs

plastic eggs

Cut the fabric strips in half

Cut the fabric strips in half

Tie the cut fabric strips around the wreath form.

Tie the cut fabric strips around the wreath form.

Knot the strips loosely twice

Knot the strips loosely twice

As you tie the strips on the wreath form, push them tightly together. Keep tying strips on until the entire wreath form is covered. Next, add your embellishments.

 attach the bunnies to the wreath.

Use a pipe cleaner to attach the bunnies to the wreath.

I tried to pick pipe cleaners that matched the color of the bunnies, so that they would blend in. I twisted the pipe cleaner around the bunny’s “neck” (I know that sounds mean, right?), then run one end of the pipe cleaner under a couple of the fabric strips and twist again. Hide the ends behind the bunny. 

Card Stock Baskets cut with Cricut

Card Stock Baskets cut with Cricut

 To attach the paper baskets to the wreath, carefully thread the pipe cleaner through the holes on one side. Run the other end of the pipe cleaner under a couple of fabric strips, and twist the ends together. Hide the ends behind the baskets. If you use plastic baskets, you will attach the same way, but don’t have to be as careful because they won’t tear as easily. 

Close up showing pipe cleaner threaded through paper basket.

Close up showing pipe cleaner threaded through paper basket.

Last, fill the plastic eggs with candy, and put them in the baskets.  Slip the ribbon through the wreath and bring ends together. Tie a knot in the end. All done. This is Chocolate Easter Bunny Wreath really easy to make, and requires no sewing. Do you think you would make one? 

Chocolate Easter Bunny Wreath

Chocolate Easter Bunny Wreath

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Comments

  1. This is the cutest & yummiest wreath I have ever seen.

  2. Very cute!

  3. Karen Glatt says:

    This wreath is really pretty. I need a new Easter Wreath because I do not have one and this is really cute!

  4. That’s a cute wreath. More work than I’d want to do.

  5. Looks sweet and Yummy!

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