How To Make An Easter Bonnet/Hat From Tissue paper

These are the most gorgeous tissue paper hats and they are so easy to make and although we make these for Easter you could use them for dressing up at any time of year.

Tissue Paper Wide Brimmed Easter Hat

All you need is …

Three sheets of tissue paper (A2 sized sheets), ribbon/tulle to tie around the head, a stapler and some light weight paper flowers, rabbits, Easter eggs, Easter chicks etc to decorate.

1. Take your three sheets of tissue paper and lay them on top of your child’s head. You want the front of the tissue paper to push down to around eye level.

Tissue paper on head

2. Next take your tulle (or ribbon) and secure it around the head over the tissue paper smoothing the tissue paper down as you go. You could use masking tape first to hold the tissue paper in place. You could use masking  or deco tape as the trim itself. Don’t worry about fastening the back bow exactly until right at the end.

Wrap tulle around hat Tulle bow on hat

3. Next curl the front of the hat up over the tulle clip in place with a staple. Continue to curl the edges over and secure with a staple where necessary.

Tissue paper hat edges

4. You will need to carefully pull the back corners together and flatten the tissue paper down again securing with a staple.

Tissue paper hat back edgesTissue paper hat back edges together

5. Tidy up the back and tighten the tulle if necessary and add you decorations. this was RaRa’s hat last year.

Easter hat with eggs

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12 Responses to How To Make An Easter Bonnet/Hat From Tissue paper

  1. Easter Bunny says:

    I would need two slits on the top. Great idea!

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  3. pinkoddy says:

    Oh that is brilliant and so pretty.
    I have all boys but shall pin it so it can be shared :)

  4. As you know, I LOVE this hat! Looks fantastic.

    Featured!

    And thanks for sharing on Kids Get Crafty.

    Maggy

  5. Fun and cute!

    Thank you for partying with the Wildly Original Crowd.
    <3 Christina at I Gotta Create!

  6. danandmariel says:

    So adorable! I’d love for you to share this or any of your great ideas at the link party going on now (and every Saturday through Tuesday) at ‘Or so she says …’ Hope to see you there! http://www.oneshetwoshe.com

  7. funatchelleshouse says:

    oh, that’s adorable!

    Thanks for sharing at Sharing Saturday!

  8. Carrie says:

    Oh, this is so cute!! We will definitely be trying this one. Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!

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