This is what the kiddo and I made for his Easter Hat Parade. It was all his vision and was super easy to make. We used:
pink cardboardblack cardboard
marker + pencils
(and not pictured here, cotton wool balls that we'll stick to the front and back of the ears)
I drew the shapes on the cardboard, erased the pencil lines then cut them out. For the hat:
2 x pirate hat shapes from black cardboard and stapled to
1 x black cardboard band made to fit the kiddo's head
Then I cut out the ears:
1 x ear shape from white cardboard
2 x inner ear shapes from pink cardboard
The kiddo put glue on the pink cut-outs and stuck them down.
We talked about what would go on the front. He suggested a Pirate Easter Egg Bunny with a sword and a dagger. I suggested that school may not look kindly upon representations of weapons. So he picked a dastardly Pirate Easter Egg Bunny with crossbones. And spots.
He drew it. Then he cut it out. Then he asked me to cut it out more neatly.
Then we stuck the ears to the front side of the hat. I'll probably staple them as well.
Would you like to see him in it? I'll try to get a good snap on the day. He also made a sign to hang around his neck that says, 'I am an Easter Bunny Pirate.' You know, in case there's any confusion.