This hat was very easy. A toy duck sewn onto a hat. Painted plastic glasses were glued on - it was supposed to be an Easter version of my daughter reading her school newsletter. Photo: Kellie, NSW; This hat is made from 2 polystyrene balls covered in crepe paper and attachments glued on. Photo: Kellie, NSW; This hat is about saving the Bilby.

Do the same with the green Japanese paper, folding rather than scrunching.

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Quick and easy Easter bonnet ideas Looking for quick and easy Easter bonnet ideas that don’t cost a fortune to make? Try these simple Easter bonnets for girls and boys.
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This hat was very easy. A toy duck sewn onto a hat. Painted plastic glasses were glued on - it was supposed to be an Easter version of my daughter reading her school newsletter. Photo: Kellie, NSW; This hat is made from 2 polystyrene balls covered in crepe paper and attachments glued on. Photo: Kellie, NSW; This hat is about saving the Bilby.
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You may need to cut the skewer to size with a craft knife or your kitchen shears. Bend the straw and tape that end under the brim of the hat. Thread the rest of the straw through the spiral and insert it through a slit in the very center. You may want to attach the straw to the spiral partway down with glue dots. Now, add paper or silk flowers, butterflies, stickers, rhinestones, feathers or other embellishments. Use another paper plate to make a flowery bonnet-styled hat.

Help your darling decorate the bottom side of a plate with the adornments of choice. Flowers, toy animals, feathers and similar items work really well. For your farmer, glue a couple of small craft bales of hay, a plastic tractor and some farm animals. Now, punch a hole on two sides of the hat. Add some reinforcements to each side of the hole and thread shoestrings, ribbon or cord through the holes, tying a knot to hold them in place. Pamela Martin has been writing since She has written newsletter articles and curricula-related materials.

She also writes about teaching and crafts. Pick Your Base You can make an Easter hat from just about anything you can think of ; the only limit is what your head -- and your personality -- will support. Visit the Farmyard Bring the rest of the farm into the picture by covering the crown of a sun hat or bowler with cotton wool or cotton balls to look like a sheep, complete with wiggle eyes; then add straw and tiny chicks on the brim.

Make It Edible Cover the whole surface of your hat with colorful jellybeans or marshmallow chicks and bunnies with a few chocolate eggs or plastic eggs filled with tiny candies. How to Build a Snowman. Unicorn Crafts for Kids. How to Make Russian Tree Decorations. How to Make Goofy Socks to Wear. Make a large pompom by wrapping the wool around the donuts, making sure you tie the loose end in a secure knot to start.

Working quickly but gently, slide the reserved length of yarn between the two cardboard donuts and wrap it around several times, pulling it tight and tying it off. Cut the cardboard pieces from the outer edge to the centre, then remove and fluff the wool into a large, even pompom.

Use the craft glue to stick the pompom onto the flipper feet, then glue the beak and eyes onto his face. Set the chick aside to dry. Turn the paper plate upside down, place the ribbon across the centre of the plate, secure in place with sticky tape and then use the craft glue to stick on the square of yellow felt. Allow to dry, then trim around the edges of the plate. Take the biggest off cut and glue it onto the plain side of the plate to help prevent the bonnet slipping.

Once the covered plate is dry, use copious quantities of glue to attach the chick to the bonnet. With the plate right side up, slice two long narrow holes, one either side of the central part of the plate on the inner side of the rim. Slide one end of the ribbon through each of the holes, then secure the ribbon in place with sticky tape.

Use craft glue to secure a piece of felt or other fabric to the plain side of the paper to help stop the bonnet slipping. Set aside to dry.

Cut two lengths of yellow tissue paper, fold and slightly scrunch each piece, then glue around the perimeter of the plate, sticking any loose corners down with sticky tape. Do the same with the green Japanese paper, folding rather than scrunching. Take a handful of wood wool and shape into a nest, use copious amounts of glue to secure the nest to the centre of the plate. Break three eggs in half, reserving the eggs for later. Wash the shells well, taking care to remove any membrane.

Once dry, glue three eggshell halves, open side up, in the nest, then glue a mini chick inside each eggshell half. Miscellaneous View all Forum.

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Find and save ideas about Easter bonnets on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Boys easter bonnet, Boys easter hat and Easter hat parade. Easter paper chains; Easter stickers; How to do it: Push the top of the hat down so it bends inwards and stick a handful of the shredded purple decoration to the top - you'll need plenty of glue. Cut one of the polystyrene eggs in half and place one of the Easter stickers in the cracked open egg. If you can, glue this to the hat top and shredded ribbons. Quick and easy Easter bonnet ideas Looking for quick and easy Easter bonnet ideas that don’t cost a fortune to make? Try these simple Easter bonnets for girls and boys.