Making Easter bonnets: where to buy everything you need from £1
Creating your own bonnet? Here's where to buy chicks, glitter eggs, bunnies and carrots and to make your Easter bonnet the star of the parade
If you're looking to make an Easter bonnet, the good news is there are loads of shops out there which stock very cute, and decently priced Easter decorations.
Take a look at our pick of some of the best Easter crafts out there which include everything from bonnets to chicks, rabbits, stickers, Easyer-themed washi tape and more.
Best for: price
Poundland is a great place to start if you're looking for low-cost bits to spruce up your Easter bonnet.
You can buy cute daisy lights (£1 for 8), Easter nests (£1 for 6) and gorgeous little carrots (£1 for 6). But if you want to impress in the parade, we recommend picking up one of their Easter trilby hats and decorating with their multipacks of Easter chicks, bunnies and lambs – all £1 each. You're bound to be feeling Easter-y in no time!
Best for: choice
If you're looking to get seriously crafty, then craft specialists Hobbycraft have everything from pipe cleaners to feathers to feed your creativity.
You'll just need to restrain yourself from going seriously wild in the aisles! Because, seriously, you can never have too many pom poms, right? They have lots of bits on offer for £1.
As well as traditional straw bonnets, they also have fascinators, visors, crowns, headbands and hair combs – so you can be original with your hat base.
Best for: quirky bits
Best for: one of a kind
If your bonnet really needs to stand out from the crowd then the unique bits at Hema might just be your best shot at that 1st place ribbon.
Just check out this cute Easter washi tape (£2.50).
5. The Works
Best for: flair
Do you know what your bonnet is missing? Four words: super bright filler eggs (£1 a pack).
6. The Range
Best for: arty on a budget