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Kids Homemade Party Hat Ideas

Post  jomack on Thu Jul 14, 2011 5:08 pm

Try these one-of-a-kind kids party hat ideas for your next kids party. Create a colorful cast of characters with a few bits of paper, paint, glitter and glue.

From fancy bonnets to sombreros, wizard cone hats to princess crowns. Learn how to make them all with simple craft and homemade materials.


Have child sit to be "fitted" for their bonnet. To form the hat's crown, place three pieces of 25 to 30 inch wrapping paper and/or colorful tissue paper on child's head. Newspaper works fine too. Make sure the right side of the bottom paper faces down, so the underside of the hat will have color/pattern too. For a taller hat, place a rolled newspaper ball on child's head before fashioning bonnet.

Arrange the papers at different angles so the paper points are fanned out in different directions. Wrap masking tape around the child's head a couple of times at approximately ear level. Next, trim or roll the newspaper up to form the hat brim.

For a derby hat, roll to within an inch or two from the band and add a feather. To make a floppy bonnet, glue a ribbon sash over the masking tape band and add silk flowers. For a sombrero, add a fringe of paper or fabric to the edge of the brim.

Encourage children to further embellish their hats with paint, markers, ribbon, crepe paper, silk flowers, fabric, gift bows, pompoms, buttons, sequins, etc.


Roll a heavy weight piece of paper into a cone shape. Tape or staple to secure. Trim bottom edge if necessary to give it a nice rounded shape. Decorate the hat with paint, glitter, and other embellishments. Use gift wrap or scrapbooking papers for specific themes.

For a princess hat, run a piece of tulle through the top of the hat, or hot glue some maribou (boa) trim to the bottom. For a wizard hat, use a solid color and decorate with foil moon, star and planet shapes. Glow-in-the-dark stars would work great too.


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Re: Kids Homemade Party Hat Ideas

Post  jetcap on Mon Jul 18, 2011 3:02 pm

There are so many ideas behind children party wear hat. You have shared some nice idea for that. I think you have very nice information about hat and its making.


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