Easter Tile Door Hanger (DIY)

Easter Tile Door Hanger

Hey Everyone! Did you have a great weekend? I did except for the fact that I still don’t fully understand why daylight savings time is still a thing. I actually almost forgot to set my clocks forward Saturday night-oops!

Anyways, while I was in a sleepy daze yesterday, I created this cute little door hanger for the other entrance to my house. I previously had a snowman hanging there, and I thought it might be time to take it down!-haha

This inexpensive Easter Tile Door Hanger uses only a few supplies and with adorable bunnies and playful colors, it’s sure to make you excited for Easter and Spring!

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Supplies Used:

  • 4 Wooden Tiles (Wal-mart) 4 pk for $1.98
  • White and Blue Acrylic Paint (I used Arctic White and Look at Me Blue) $0.50 cents each
  • Felt in White, Yellow, and Green (Wal-mart) $0.33 cents each
  • Sandpaper (Dollar Tree) $1.00 for large pack
  • 2 Small Pom Pom’s (Dollar Tree) $1.00 for large bag
  • Easter Ribbon (Dollar Tree) $1.00
  • Foam Brush (already own)
  • Scissors (already own)
  • Hot Glue Gun (already own)

Total Cost=$6.97 with lots of leftover items for future crafts!


Let’s Get Started!

Step 1: Apply a light coat of white paint to the wooden tiles.

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Step 2: Once white paint has fully dried, apply a coat of blue paint to tiles on all sides. Set aside and allow tiles to dry.

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Step 3: Using attached Rabbit & Egg Template, trace outline on felt and carefully cut out 2 bunnies and 2 egg shapes.

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Step 4: Using the tip of a pencil eraser, apply polka dots with white paint to egg shapes as desired.

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Step 5: Using a piece of sandpaper, lightly sand tiles, particularly sanding around edges for a distressed look.

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Step 6: Using hot glue gun, glue bunnies and eggs onto tiles. Glue a small pom pom ball onto the bunny for its tail.

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Step 7: Glue wooden tiles onto large ribbon for hanging. Be sure and evenly space tiles apart from one another.

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Step 8: Hang finished product to the top of door and enjoy!

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Have a Great Monday!- Cara

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67 Comments

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  2. So cute and colourful Cara and I love the bunnies – Thank you for sharing with Pin worthy Wednesday

  3. Oh my goodness this is so cute! How creative. Seem simple enough I could actually make this! Thank you for sharing, going to have to try this!

  4. This is so cute and so easy! I’ve been looking for some simple ways to spruce up my home and classroom for the holidays and might have to make this! Bookmarking!

    xo Ashley

  5. Super cute! I have been looking for Eater wreath alternatives so will give this a try. Pinning for later πŸ™‚

  6. Oh my goodness – what a fun family project… .my girls are grown but I have a baby grandson… maybe in a few years – very pretty colors too!

  7. This is a really cute project. My daughter especially would love working on this…we might just have to try it this weekend!

  8. I would not have thought of making anything for Easter. This is so dang cute and I absolutely love the colors. I am really really loving distressed things so this really is something I like a lot. Thanks for sharing.

  9. This is so so cute my love! I’ll bet your boys just love that you’re crafty mom! I know I adore seeing your creations!

  10. Such a cute fun craft, and super easy to put together too! I’m going to have to go find those wooden tiles, love it!

  11. That is so cute – & easy to do with the kids… I need to remember this when my grand sons visit – make it season appropriate

  12. How cute is this!? You are so creative! I love how you could get kids involved in making this too (although it probably wouldn’t look as neat and clean as yours)! Bravo!

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