Add a cozy rustic touch to your Easter decorations with this dollar store farm Easter bunny. This project costs only $ 5 and takes approximately 30 minutes to complete. I got all the supplies for this Easter craft at Dollar Tree, except the fabric, which was a bandana that I got at Micheals for $ 1 with a 50% discount coupon.
You can use this rabbit as an Easter garland door hanger or wall art by sticking string on each side of the rabbit’s ears and hang it or you can add an easel behind the rabbit to display it on a table as a room centerpiece or accent decoration. using this rabbit is entirely up to you!
This simple craft requires a handful of basic craft supplies that you probably already have like string, jute tape, glue gun, etc., so it’s a very affordable way to add home decor. from spring farm to your home on a limited budget.
This dollar farm Easter bunny is very customizable. You can choose any fabric and accents you want. You could make a foam bunny or a burlap bunny …. the possibilities are endless!
I didn’t include how to make the jute knot, but here is a super simple tutorial to make one. All you have to do is reduce it to the size of the rabbit.
The inspiration for this dollar store farm Easter bunny was my checkered autumn pumpkin door hanger that I did last year. I have been obsessed with the buffalo check for a year. At first, I knew I wanted to incorporate buffalo tiles into my Easter decorations.
Dollar Store Buffalo Check Farmhouse Easter Bunny Decor
Easter decorating idea on the farm using dollar store supplies
Cost: $ 5
1-2 glue sticks
- 1 easter bunny sign
- 1 black buffalo check fabric I used half a Micheals $ 1 bandana
- 1 roller string
- 1 roller jute ribbon
- 1 carrot twine
- 1 metal easter word
Trace an outline of the wooden rabbit shape on the back of your bandana or fabric and cut out the shape. It doesn’t have to be perfect because you will be using string around the edges to hide imperfections.
Align the shape of the fabric bunny with the wooden bunny. I glued them together in about 5 places, so they held together until I finished gluing and stripping them as you went, but this step is not necessary. You just have to be careful not to misalign them.
Lift the corners of the fabric rabbit and place a thin line of hot glue along the edge of the wooden rabbit and smooth with a credit card or something similar. Do this for about 1-2 inches at a time. Repeat until the fabric is completely glued to the shape of the wood. If you have added ribbon, remove it just before accessing this section.
Once your fabric is glued, start gluing the string along the edges until it is finished.
Glue the jute ribbon, the carrot and the metallic word on the rabbit.