Easter bonnet

Easter bonnet is any new or fancy hat worn as a Christian head covering on Easter, by tradition.

It represents the tail-end of a tradition of wearing new clothes at Easter, in harmony with the renewal of the year and the promise of spiritual renewal and redemption.

To making Easter bonnet or hats it can meet many parents with dread. There’ll be a parent who has the time and the pocket to make a masterpiece.

For many people, there are a lot of ideas for Easter bonnets and hats which are not only easy and inexpensive to create, but fun to do as well.

Making Easter bonnets and hats is about being creative and imaginative.

The initial step in how to make Easter bonnet and hats is to see what you’ve around the house to create your hat with.

You might already have the foundation for your hat like an old straw sun hat, a baseball cap, hair bands etc.

Check your draws and sewing boxes for scraps of material, buttons, sparkles, ribbons, packaging and tissue paper.


Once having collected together as many helpful elements that you can, think about which kind of hat or bonnet you could make from them.

Your collection could grow by checking out the local store or craft store for items like chocolate candy, chicks, feathers and paper and card.

Cake decorating shops are very useful for making an Easter bonnet or hat.

Here are a few quite simple ideas for your easter hood or hat which are simple to make.

A paper or plastic plate could make an excellent inexpensive base for the hat.

Adhesive a selection of Easter-related items at the plate-like chocolate, egg candy, chicks, and bunnies. Or cover in the scrunched up brown paper, to bury the nest and fill with chicks and chocolate.

Using the card, cut out petals to create a flower like a narcissus or a sunflower.

If using an old straw hat, buy or buy some flowers to stick on the hat to make a spring garden.

candies are better as they are less inclined to melt and adhere better.

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