Girl's DIY Chicken & Egg Easter hat Fascinator for School Parades


Last minute Easter Hat DIY idea that is sure to impress!
Here is an adorable chicks and egg design that you can make at home with little time.


SUPPLIES FOR EASTER HAT
- Different size craft chickens and baby chicks
- Little eggs
- Headband
- Felt
- Tulle net
- Sequins
- Glue, scissors & stapler


STEP 1
Cut a circle out of felt with 4 slits to slide headband through.
With a rectangle piece of felt, cut a zig zag line to use for the grass on the hat
Stick the felt to the headband


STEP 2
Cut your tulle net into a long strip.
With your tulle, fold it over on one edge, in about 2 cm sections. Continue this & staple as you go. While you are folding, you need to start moving your folds to form a circle, so the tulle starts forming a bowl like circle shape. 

STEP 3
Staple the middle piece of the tulle net to the felt base




STEP 4
With your zig zag piece of felt, cut down the centre of of the triangle to create more strands of grass

STEP 5
With the felt strips, start gluing on top of the net in circle patterns, keep gluing as you go, adding more felt pieces as needed




STEP 6
Glue in a large Chicken in the centre, I found a wind up one.
With 2 strands of grass felt pieces, fold over the feet and glue, this will secure the chicken to the base more and stop it moving.







STEP 7
Glue on your baby chicks and eggs around the main chicken


STEP 8
Glue sequins to tulle net



TA DAHHH...... Fab right?

You can not get more Easter themed than this Easter Fascinator hat for the school parades. And it's an easy DIY project to try which isn't too hard and you can make last minute when those pesky school notes come late with the parade date :D



I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, if you have any questions, please feel free to ask me in the comments below.

I would love to see your Chicken & Egg Easter Hat creations,
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Happy crafting!



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