Mar 7

Birthday Candle Party Hat

I got inspired last week and now all I want to do is make these fun party hats.  Just like the 3-Layer Cake Hat we made on Monday, this Birthday Candle Party Hat is simple to build with supplies you have at home. This would be sweet for a young child’s birthday and really is super easy to make.

 

Click through for directions for the whole post. The dotted background was from this potato dot artwork post.

Materials: Paper plate, paper towel tube, acrylic paint, colored tape, tissue paper, thin elastic cording, quick dry tacky glue, exacto knife, scissors, paintbrush

Step 1: Cut the paper towel tube on half.
Step 2: Paint the paper plate and the cardboard tube. Let it dry.
Step 3: Add stripes on the cardboard tube candle with the colored tape. (You could use paint as well).
Step 4: Glue the candle to the middle of the plate.
Step 5: Create the flame for the candle by cutting a rectangle of tissue paper and crumple it up until it looks like a flame. Glue it into the top on the candle.
Step 6: Poke two small holes into the sides of the plate using the exacto blade, and tie the elastic in place.

Ps: Remember the floral party hats? Those were some of my favorite.

Photography by  Heather Zweig for Oh Happy Day
Art Direction by Jordan Ferney
Coordinated by Stacy Wichelhaus
Crafting by Jessica Heywood
Assisted by Harper Casimiro

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