Textured Hats Make textured hats by tracing the templates onto textured paper or card stock. Flowers, toy animals, feathers and similar items work really well. Max and Me We're not too sure how they pulled this one together but the colour scheme is quiet eye-catching. Magician's hat or Top hat - put together top template 4 and bottom template 1 to make a top hat. Crooked House Or maybe something a little more grassy?
Ease the brim further down until the slit touches the top edge of the bands. If the templates do not fit well, slightly widen the slit. Separate the two template pieces. On the top template, apply glue inside the rectangular area bordered by dashed lines.
On the brim, apply glue along the area above the slit. Put the two template pieces together as you did in Step 6. Press on the areas with glue. Draw and color your hat with as many colors and patterns or designs as you like. You can also glue on all sorts of decorations such as feathers, beads, buttons, paper flowers, rhinestones, ribbons and anything that will make your hat interesting.
You can go simple like I did with the button accents on this hat or go crazy with the trimmings. When adding heavier materials, make sure that your hat is sturdy enough use heavy card stock or glue the templates onto cardboard before cutting them out in Steps 2 and 3.
Glue the ends of the bands together to fit around your head. Finally, wear your awesome paper hat! Print out the top and bottom hat templates in different colors and have kids choose the look and color of their hats.
Provide them with ample materials to come up with silly, crazy and fun hats. Spring and Easter Hats Make spring and Easter hats by decorating your hats with flower cut-outs, foam flowers or stickers. You can also print out this flower lei template or these flower sets to color, cut out and decorate your hat with. Other printable shapes that you can use: Another way to make a spring-inspired hat is to print flower shapes on the hat using a flower stamp.
If you don't have a flower stamp, you can make your own following our potato stamps or craft foam stamps craft.
Textured Hats Make textured hats by tracing the templates onto textured paper or card stock. You can also make plain paper appear textured by making texture rubbings. Print the hat template on plain paper and place the paper over a textured surface e.
Rub over the paper with crayon held at a slanted position. Art class creations from aguf. Uploaded by Diane P 2. Bunny ears, Eggs, Daffadils. Uploaded by Max W 8. Here are half a dozen giant eggs! Uploded by Louise m An easy hen hat to make for your parade netmums. Blooms and rainbows at the 5th Ave Easter Parade gothamist Photo: Uploaded by Nicola A A giant paper mache egg In Progress Down under Photo: You might need a slightly lighter version for your child's head but we think this Bubblegum Easter egg dispenser hat is one of the most inventive we have seen.
Flickr We don't actually expect you to send your child like this to school but it was too entertaining not to include in an Easter bonnet gallery. Follow the link for instructions. Knuckle Salad If you're good on the sewing machine you can follow the step-by-step directions to this floppy bunny hat. Purlbee Shandell made this for her toddler to wear to his big brothers hat parade at school.
Tales of a Madcap Heiress If you're after a fresh and floral arrangement this is the idea for you. Crooked House Or maybe something a little more grassy? Crooked House A sweet and frilly creation from Max and Me blogger. Max and Me We're not too sure how they pulled this one together but the colour scheme is quiet eye-catching. This giant chicken in an egg Easter bonnet is sure to grab some attention at the parade.
ABC Chocolate in a bedazzled Easter bonnet. Pinterest user Simple but effective. Nelly Jelly Although this little girl doesn't look like she is enjoying her hat much we think the adorable birds nest is a great idea. Pinterest user This hat is divine and is guaranteed to stand out in the crowd - if you are crafty enough to make it that is. Happy in my Havaianas 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.
Kellie, NSW This hat is made from 2 polystyrene balls covered in crepe paper and attachments glued on. Lots of natural grasses and a toy Bilby. This hat won for my daughter! Made with cardboard and plastic animals.
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.