Want to know how to make a unique Easter Parade Hat that your kids will love? Read on!
An Easter DIY from White Knight is a collaboration with White Knight Paints.
As my daughter turns four this week (sob!) I’m realising more about how much more she understands these days.
Easter is approaching and there is such a difference in her from last year to now. We’ve been teaching her about the meaning of Easter and she knows there is much more to it than bunnies and chocolate.
She still thinks it should be all about chocolate of course. Can’t say I blame her.
But bunnies too!
I spend hours on Pinterest, searching for Easter ideas from cakes to DIYs to decor to gifts. You can follow my Easter board here:
I have a love/hate relationship with DIY though. I love to be creative and hand make things.
I hate it not being right. I’m such a perfectionist and can take hours to make something that should have taken minutes because I want it to be just so.
Luckly, White Knight came to my rescue this Easter! Pun totally intended.
They kindly sent me their White Knight Easter Hat DIY Kit which has a selection of their beautiful, bright Squirts paints in a hat box full of other goodies to assemble an Easter hat for my daughter!
It’s a collaboration with Bear and Sparrow, an Australian owned, designed & handmade boutique children’s décor business. Together they have come up with a fun project that parents and kids can work together on in creating a lovely hat for the upcoming school Easter parades.
Best of all though – a very comprehensive list of instructions too – much needed to keep my perfectionist tendencies at bay.
So I set about spraying and assembling the lovely hat with my daughter’s help. She requested it in pink, one of her favourite colours.
I love that this DIY set takes away so much of the stress that me, and other parents, face when it comes to DIY.
Some mums relish the chance to use their creativity when it comes to fancy dress or special events at school or day care. I know others whose heart sinks because they’re too short on time or worry that what they come up with won’t be up to scratch.
This Easter, White Knight have taken the stress away. If you can use a pair of scissors and squirt a can of paint, you’re going to ace this!
Plus if you want to get more creative, you can use your artistic flair to really personalise this gorgeous hat with the colours and decorations that your little one loves. This is why mine doesn’t quite look like the official picture. I was using my artistic flair, ok? Yes? Good.
As well as being worn as a hat, this versatile DIY doubles as an Easter centrepiece too!
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Disclosure: I was sent this gorgeous White Knight DIY Set in exchange for bringing you this giveaway.