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Quick and Easy Monster Hats

by Jane (follow)
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We were invited to a "silly hats" birthday party and needed to come up with some last minute dress up hats. These monster hats were really quick and easy to make. The kids loved making them and wearing them too.



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Time: 10 minutes
Age: Any age
Level: Easy

Materials
Hats (e.g. Sun hat, straw hat, party cone hat) or make a headband from a strip of cardboard.
Coloured card
Scissors
Pens
Googly eyes and glue
Stapler



Monster hats, homemade monster hats, quick monster hat, easy monster hat, monster costume
Plain hats ready to decorate


Method
Draw a scary monster on a piece of coloured card and cut out.
Toddlers can just draw a big scribble. Cut out and stick on googly eyes.



Monster hats, homemade monster hats, quick monster hat, easy monster hat, monster costume


Staple the monster to the front of the hat.



Monster hats, homemade monster hats, quick monster hat, easy monster hat, monster costume




Monster hats, homemade monster hats, quick monster hat, easy monster hat, monster costume




Monster hats, homemade monster hats, quick monster hat, easy monster hat, monster costume


For a fun birthday party activity you could try creating hats at the party. Start with some party cone hats with elastic chin strap and staple the monsters on to the cone hats.

Categories
#Any age
#Easy
#Quick
#Hats and headwear
#Hat
#Monster
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