Quick and Easy Dollar Tree Bunny Easter Eggs

Get ready for cuteness overload with these quick and easy Dollar Tree bunny Easter eggs! These twine-wrapped cuties are just darling and can be displayed in so many different ways. Let me show you how they are made…dollar tree garden clocheThere is something about Easter decor that just makes me happy. Maybe it’s the soft pastel colors, or possibly the cute little Easter bunnies and chicks. Whatever it is, I’ve been having so much fun creating all kinds of spring decor for my home.And, you know the Dollar Tree is one of my first stops when looking for supplies. You are going to want to head over to your local dollar store to pick up the supplies for these bunny Easter eggs – they are that cute!

Supplies needed for Bunny Easter Eggs

Just a few simple supplies is all it takes to put together these cuties!

All the supplies needed can be found HERE in my Amazon Shop!

  • Dollar Tree Bunny Eggs
  • Baker’s Twine 
  • Scissors
  • Small Pompoms
  • Hot Glue Gun
bunny Easter eggs supplies

How to Make Easy Bunny Easter Eggs

You can make these precious bunny Easter eggs look high end or whimsical with just a few tweaks! It’s completely up to you! Have fun and happy crafting!

Step 1.

Start by gluing a piece of twine to the bottom of the bunny egg. If you haven’t used finger protectors yet, I highly recommend them. They help save your fingertips from those nasty hot glue gun burns! 

gluing twine to bunny Easter egg

Step 2.

Continue to wrap and glue the twine around the bunny egg. You want to keep the twine nice and tight so it covers the entire egg.

continue gluing twine to bunny eggs

Step 3.

When you get to the end of the egg, cut the twine and add a dab of hot glue. 

trimming end of twine

Step 4. 

You want to wrap the bunny ears with twine as well. You can already see how adorable these bunnies are going to be!

top of bunny egg wrapped with twine

Step 5.

Hot glue a pompom to the egg for the bunny’s tail. 

So sweet… 
Twine-Wrapped Bunny Easter Eggs
There you have it! I took a simple plastic bunny egg and stepped it up a notch with baker’s twine and pompoms. You can find bakers twine in so many pretty colors now.
Wouldn’t these look so pretty in pretty pinks and purples too? Whatever your decorating style is, these little guys will look right at home. 
before and after bunny Easter eggs

Now it’s time to decorate with your bunny eggs…

I placed the eggs on a moss-covered bird’s nest and adore the look. 

close up of bunny Easter eggs on nest

They look great displayed in a cloche as well…

twine wrapped bunny eggs under cloche

Step by Step Video Tutorial

If you want to see the exact step-by-step process, be sure to check out this video tutorial below over on my YouTube Channel!   

Dollar Tree Bunny  Eggs

For just a few dollars you can fill a decorative bowl or dough bowl with these decorative eggs. Plus, you can use them year after year! Don’t you love budget-friendly crafts? I sure do!   bunny Easter eggs wrapped in twine

Easter Bunny Eggs PIN

Take a look at several other bunny Easter projects I’ve shared:

Check out these other pretty spring DIY ideas!


  1. Julie Van Zant says:

    Those Easter bunnies are so SWEET! 💞💞

    1. southerncrush says:

      Awe thank you so much Julie! You’re a doll!

  2. Melanie,
    These are just darling. I love how you placed them under the garden cloche. It’s all just adorable. I’d love to share a link to your post on my Sunday, Dirt Road Adventures if that’s ok.

    1. southerncrush says:

      That would be amazing my friend! Thank you so much!

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