How to Make a Butterfly Bonnet

How to Make an Easter Bonnet with Butterflies #Easter #EasterBonnet #KidsCraft
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Punches are a great craft tool and can be used for all manner of projects, not just for traditional papercraft makes like card making and scrapbooking. This pretty butterfly bonnet uses floral pastel papers to create beautiful headwear fit for any celebration!

– Adult help and supervision will be needed throughout this make.

How to by Hannah Read-Baldrey

How to Make a Butterfly Bonnet

Suitable for : Beginners

Time to make : One hour

You Will Need

How to Make

  1. Use the butterfly cutter to cut out an array of butterflies in different pretty pastel colours, enough to cover the top of your bonnet. Working from the rim of the hat, fold each butterfly in half, along its body, then glue to the hat using the glue gun.
  2. Use wooden letters to spell your name across the front of the rim.

Top Tip!…

You may need to pick up more than one pack of letters to be able to spell out your name. For example Hannah, or Jessica would need more than one of some of the letters.

3. To finish, place the paper flowers around the rim.

How to Make an Easter Bonnet with Butterflies #Easter #EasterBonnet #KidsCraft

How to Make an Easter Bonnet with Butterflies #Easter #EasterBonnet #KidsCraft

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