Easter Hats Are Fun To Make
Very Easy Easter Bonnets - Part 2
Easter Hats - Part 1
Making Easter Bonnets/Hats isn't just fun, it's also an opportunity to teach them about Spring, the wonderful and positive time in the year where new life is celebrated and enjoyed.
How to Make an Easter Hat
Materials That You Will Require
Easy To Put Together
Step 1Take the 2 bowls and Punch a hole on opposite sides of the dinner plate
Step 2Take 2 pieces of ribbon or crepe paper strips and thread through each hole
Secure with staples.
Step 3Using craft glue, double sided tape or staples decorate the brim of the hat.
Step 4Stick the Easter eggs together in a bunch using double sided tape.
Step 5Take the dessert bowl and make 2 holes in the bottom of the bowl then thread some ribbon or raffia through.
Step 6Fill the centre with scrunched up tissue or crepe paper, raffia or wood wool
Step 7Put the bunch of Easter eggs on top of the filling and tie securely.
Step 8Stick some double sided tape to the center of the dinner plate and secure the dessert bowl.
Your Easter Hat Is Ready
Show It Off At The Easter Hat Parade
A simple way to make an Easter bonnet
is to just simply decorate a straw hat with all sorts of bits and pieces.
These can be stapled, tied or glued onto the hat.
Pipe cleaners can be used to make flowers to attach to the hat.
Don't forget those little fluffy chickens and bunnies you can find in the supermarket or thrift stores.
Another very easy way to make an Easter Bonnet is to just use a piece of sturdy cardboard and cut shapes along one side.
Cut out egg shapes, bunny ears and flowers and staple onto the hat.
Decorate it with anything you want to use...feathers, slickers etc
Join the ends fitting it around your Poppit's head.
Easter Bonnet Part 1
Make an Easter card
More Easter Craft Ideas
Coloring Easter Eggs
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