This Simple Tissue Paper Hat Is All About Kid Made Style

Paper hats can be so under-rated but with a few accessories, you can turn a plain piece of tissue paper into a stunningly gorgeous and stylish tissue paper hat. It can be worn for loads of occasions and kept as simple or busy looking as you want and kids adore being able to can wear something that they made.

Easy & Stylish tissue paper hat

Oh, and best of all they are easy to make!

How to make a tissue paper hat

To Make A Tissue Paper Hat You Will Need

  • Three sheets of tissue paper (A2 sized sheets),
  • Ribbon/tulle to tie around the head,
  • A stapler
  • 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.

How to make a tissue paper easter hat

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 also use masking or deco tape as the trim itself. Don’t worry about fastening the back bow exactly until right at the end.

Adding a bow to tissue paper hatTulle bow on tissue paper hat
3. Using your fingers, carefully fold back/curl the edge of the tissue paper at the front of the hat and clip in place with a staple. Continue to curl the edges over and secure with a staple where necessary all around the hat.

Tissue Paper Easter Hat

4.  You will need to carefully pull the back corners together and flatten the back fold of tissue paper down. Again, securing it in placewith a staple.

Tissue paper easter hattissue paper hat

5. Tidy up the back and tighten the tulle if necessary

Tissue paper Hat

and if you fancy add some extra foam or paper decorations

Easter hat with eggs

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18 Responses to This Simple Tissue Paper Hat Is All About Kid Made Style

  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.


    And thanks for sharing on Kids Get Crafty.


  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!

  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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  13. Shannon says:

    What a fun and easy Easter bonnet 🙂 Thanks for allowing me to share in my Easter Roundup!

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