5 Amazing Easter Hat Ideas For Children

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Easter is one of the few holidays where there aren’t many decorations. Your options are limited to just Easter eggs and bunnies. Therefore, Easter hats for kids are a fun idea to boost the excitement. Your kids may love donning these hats that will set the mood for the celebrations.

Don’t worry! They are simple to make and produce stunning photos that are excellent for Instagram. Scroll down for some easy but fun Easter hat ideas that your kids might love.

5 Amazing Easter Hat Ideas For Children

Creating exquisite Easter hats not only lets your child flaunt wonderful hats, but also helps boost your kid’s creative skills and imagination. So, here is how to make Easter hats for kids:

1. Easter Bonnet:

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You Will Need:

  • Straw hat
  • Fabric flowers
  • Ribbon
  • Fabric glue
  • Polystyrene eggs
  • Other decorative items

How To:

  • Take a ribbon that is long enough to tie easily around the straw hat. Stick it on the hat with glue.
  • Get the fabric flowers and remove their stems.
  • Paste the beautiful flowers around your hat and leave them till the glue dries.
  • You can also add other decorative items such as polystyrene eggs and enhance the appearance of the Easter hats for kids.

2. Easter Bunny Hat:

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You Will Need:

  • Visor
  • Low-temperature glue gun or tacky glue
  • White craft foam
  • 35mm wiggle eyes
  • Pink craft foam

How To:

  • You need to wear the visor upside down on your head.
  • Use pink craft foam to cut and prepare bunny ears
  • Cut appropriate white pieces from white craft foam to fit inside it.
  • Glue the bunny ears and white pieces on the visor with the help of glue.
  • Paste the wiggle eyes on the visor using the glue.

3. Easter Chick Visor:

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You Will Need:

  • Visor
  • Feathers
  • Orange craft foam
  • Low-temperature glue gun
  • Black permanent marker
  • 35mm wiggle eyes

How To:

  • Wear the visor upside down on your head.
  • Cut out a triangle out of orange craft foam.
  • Draw small nostrils on the orange triangle using a black permanent marker.
  • Glue the triangle as the nose on the visor.
  • Paste fascinating wiggle eyes on the visor.

4. Easter Flowered Ribbon Hat:

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You Will Need:

  • A hat
  • Small ribbon roses or some attractive, tiny silk flowers
  • About 3/8″x18″ ribbon for the band
  • White craft glue
  • A pin back

How To:

  • Place the ribbon around the hat as a hat band.
  • Tie the ribbon around the crown of the hat and leave its end as streamers.
  • Cut the ends in a V-shaped cut
  • Put some glue on the edges of tied ribbon to stick it in the place.
  • Put some glue on the back of ribbon roses.
  • Arrange the roses or flowers around the brim of your hat evenly.
  • Paste the pin back on your hat’s brim such that the bow is at the bottom.

5. Easter Paper Plate Hat:

You Will Need:

  • Big paper plate (size of dinner plate)
  • Craft knife
  • Drinking straws
  • Glue
  • Tape
  • Butterfly stickers, Easter eggs cutouts, images, decorative cut-outs, and other decorative items

How To:

  • Using the knife cut a spiral inside the lip of the paper plate to its center ensuring it stays attached to its rim.
  • Paste bendy section of the drinking straw across the width of the rim of the plate using the tape. Paste another end of the straw to the center of the spiral.
  • Use two straws for better strength.
  • Use images, butterfly stickers, Easter eggs cutouts, and other decorative items and paste it on your Easter hat to enhance its appearance. This is one of the best Easter hats for children that they can wear on the Easter day parade.

You could try these exciting and cute easter hat ideas for children and encourage your child’s creative side. These hats are easy to make, and your child will ove to don them. You could also join your child while making these hats and have an excellent bonding time with them while explaining the essence and history of Easter and the reasons why it is celebrated. You could also add a personal touch to these hats by adding a few extra accessories or things your child likes and make them even more adorable.

 

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Debolina Raja came into the writing world while she was playing around with words and participating in various literary events. In the professional world, she found her writing interest in various genres such as health, wellness, parenting, relationship, and brand management. Having done a Masters degree in English literature from Delhi University, she loves reading, heading out on road trips, hibernating...
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