Finding yourself overwhelmed by your children’s upcoming Easter hat parade? Not to worry we bring you ideas to create easy Easter hats that your kids will love and can help to make.

Bunny Eared Hat

Incorporate a classic Easter Hat with personalisation of your child’s name for the ultimate fuss free Easter hat. We have three beautiful Easter hats with bunny ears in blue, pink and yellow to suit everyone’s style. We guarantee everyone will be envious of this fabulous Easter Hat.

The Paper Plate Bonnet

Let your creative side out with this super easy hat. The options are limitless!

What You’ll Need:

  • Plastic Plate
  • Flowers
  • Chocolate Eggs
  • Chickens
  • Crate Paper
  • Super glue and/or Hot Glue Gun
  • String and/or Ribbon


  1. Decorate however you wish by turning the plastic plate upside down and sticking on items like flowers, eggs, little chicks, crate paper and chocolates.
  2. We recommend using super glue or a hot glue gun to ensure everything stays on even if the hat is dropped.
  3. Finalise by adding one hole to both sides of the plate to thread string through and tie around child’s head.

The Australiana Hat

This style of hat has been inspired by Australia’s cork hat to keep flies away but with an Easter twist.

What You’ll Need:

  • 1 Plastic Bowl Hat
  • 1 Packed Mini Chocolate Eggs
  • String
  • Sticky Tape


  • Easter Chicks
  • Ribbon
  • Medium Sized Chocolate Eggs


  1. Pierce approximately 8-10 holes around the brim of the plastic bowl hat.
  2. Cut 8-10 pieces of string at 15cm each and sticky tape chocolate eggs to the string.
  3. Thread string through holes and tie knots to secure and hold the hanging eggs.
  4. Optionally add additional decorations if you wish like bigger sized chocolate eggs at the top of the hat, little chickens around the rim or ribbon.

The Newspaper Fashionista

If you are super short on time and don’t have a lot of supplies lying around this one is for you and very fashionable statement hat.

What You’ll Need:

  • Newspaper
  • Masking Tape
  • Flowers
  • Other Decorative pieces like ribbon, glitter and tulle


  1. Place newspaper sheet over child’s head and use masking tape to place the newspaper in shape to fit head.
  2. Tightly scrunch newspaper towards masking tape rim to create a hat brim. If newspaper is not tight enough use masking tape to secure.
  3. Decorate however you wish. Use tulle to cover the hat, secure with ribbon, add some glitter and flowers to make the hat runway worthy.

The Mad Hatter Bonnet

Pretend you’re in an Alice in Wonderland tea party with this extravagantly fabulous hat.

What You’ll Need:

  • 1 Plastic Glitzy Top Hat
  • Mix of Large and Small Feathers
  • Various Sized Butterflies on Wire Stems
  • Ribbon
  • Various Sized Plastic Eggs
  • Small chickens
  • Plastic Flowers
  • Bendy Wire
  • Beads
  • Sticky Tape
  • Super Glue and/or Hot Glue Gun


  1. Stick feathers to the back half of the hat near the base of the hat to peer about top of hat.
  2. Cut long pieces of ribbon in a couple of different colours and tie around base of hat to cover where feathers have been attached. The ribbon should be long enough to be flowing off the hat.
  3. Stick the plastic flowers close together next to one side of the hat next to the feathers you have stuck on. Stick on plastic eggs, chickens and butterflies however you wish.
  4. Thread beads through wire and arrange them all over the hat in different shapes or sticking out of the hat for added dimension.