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Hat's On!


Hats like these are sure to elicit grins -- especially when each guest gets to make his own. Have each kid make a hat by folding a 12-inch-square piece of patterned paper in half to make a rectangle. Cut slits down from the open edge, 1 inch apart, stopping 2 inches from the folded edge. Curl strips around a pencil. Curve hat into a circle, and staple. Punch a hole in each side; string with ribbon.

Martha Stewart Kids, Holiday 2001

Reviews (1)

  • ShawnRUSS 29 Aug, 2013

    There are some great ideas online for kids’ hats, I should know as I’ve been searching for inspiration for the past 5 years for my youngsters. Party hats can follow a theme, last year our daughter turned 5 and was into everything pink and so we had a pink birthday hat party for her. You only need basic materials and tools to accomplish something quite fantastic, and a bit of imagination is helpful.