Hello friends! I’m glad you’re here today because I’ve got some fantastic spring ideas to share with you! If you’ve been around for a while, you may remember some of my chunky yarn projects. I decided to put together a roundup of some great spring chunky yarn decor ideas that I have made along with some made by other talented bloggers that I thought were so cute. Let’s get into them!
Supplies you may need for spring chunky yarn decor:
- bunny tinsel wreath forms, wire bunny wreath forms, and egg wreath forms from Dollar Tree
- Yarn Bee Chunky Yarn– This yarn is sold for an amazing price. Even cheaper than Walmart’s!
- chenille chunky yarn
- loop yarn
- chunky merino wool
- wire bunny wreath form with egg wreath form– This set is available if you really want the DT wreath forms, but they’re out of stock at your local store. I asked DT employees and they say you have to get there right after Valentine’s Day most years to get them.
- hot glue gun & glue
- speckled eggs
- pom pom maker
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Spring Chunky Yarn Wreaths
Wreaths aren’t just for doors! Sometimes we can get stuck in a rut and not think outside of the box with our home decor. So we stick wreaths on our door and frames on our walls and call it a day. I encourage you to consider where else you can add wreaths in your home.
Of course, you always need one on the door. I mean what kind of homemakers would we be if we didn’t have one on the door?! These wreaths made with chunky yarn are adorable and perfect for doors, walls, cabinets, chairs, and more!
You can use this wreath all year long!
No crochet skills needed at all! This wreath is so easy. I used a wire wreath form, but you can use a styrofoam wreath form if you prefer.
I love this chunky loop yarn wreath mixed with the texture of the burlap ears. Adorable, right?!
I love the colors in this, and it will take you into summer if you wish. It is a simple wreath, made like my hand crocheted chunky yarn wreath. She used a large crochet hook, but you don’t have to. You can make it exactly like I made mine.
Spring Birdhouse Loop Wreath
This wreath was created by Craft Warehouse, but the link is no longer working. The wreath looks very simple to make. Wrap chunky loop yarn around a styrofoam wreath form, then add a DT birdhouse and bow.
Bunny & Carrot Decor
This bunny was just shared to Pinterest from social media. It’s easy to make with a wood Dollar Tree bunny covered with gray chunky yarn mounted on a 12″ piece of wood. Make some buffalo check carrots, moss covered eggs and place them on the wood. Top the bunny off with a bow, and you’re done! Let me know if you know who made this so I can credit them.
Isn’t this cute? I would mount it on a piece of wood from Dollar Tree (either stained or painted) to help hold it up on your table, mantle, or countertop. For my spring decor I would leave it without a face with faux flowers at the meeting of the bunny ears like you see on all of the bunny wreaths.
This is just too stinking cute! They would look great on tiered trays and in vignettes. You could make a larger one to place at the bottom of your console table or in a lantern.
Barb used a wire hanger for this. I wouldn’t pull the wire so tightly at the tip, or perhaps allow more of a gradual thinning to the end. I wanted to share this project because she’s using actual chunky yarn. This color would look great on upcycled Dollar Tree carrots like the ones in my carrot garland.
The second picture was just shared from social media to Pinterest without a credit to the creator. If you know who made these, let me know! I believe these are made with the Dollar Tree carrots.
Spring Pom Pom Decor
I love these colors! You could swap out the mustard for a different spring color if you’d rather. Kaytee used this pom pom garland on her Christmas tree, but I would use it on my spring mantle or across my large picture window in my living room like my twine bunny and carrot garland.
This project would require a lot of time and money, but for a custom spring rug it’s worth it. Laura used 15 skeins of yarn for her 4×6 rug. It looks so comfy, doesn’t it?!
I had to screen shot this because it is too cute not to share! I searched Stephanie’s site but couldn’t find a tutorial for this bunny that she shared on Pinterest through an Idea Pin. It doesn’t seem like she’s written a DIY post since October of 2022, but she’s a busy lady posting about other things. I just couldn’t not share this idea. She used two styrofoam balls of different sizes and connected with a wood dowel in the center. She made and glued pom poms (they look to be 1.5″ to 2″) all over. Before she covered the top with pom poms she added a bunny ear headband then wrapped chunky yarn around them. Finally, she wrapped merino wool yarn around the neck and tied it in a bow. She lined the ears with the yarn, but it’s not required.
Other Spring Chunky Yarn Decor Ideas
This is such a cute and unique idea! I’ve made tons of paper flowers to use throughout my home, and my wedding bouquets were paper flowers. I love Doti’s idea here. You could customize them in a million ways to fit your farmhouse style decor.
My sweet fried Gail made this absolutely adorable jar with two socks, loopy yarn, and a pickle jar! She’s so talented and I just love this! Who’s thinking Lamb Chop?!
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