Any costume birthday party or Halloween like a witch’s costume is incomplete without an infamous, pointy hat. Create your very own, custom-made witch hat for a minimal cost and your baby will be proud to put on the hat you created simply for her. Older children can get in on the act and help out, too, while youthful young people can assist via decorating the witch’s hat when it’s finished for a one-of-a-kind costume accessory.
DIY Little Glittery Witch Hat
- 2 black poster boards
- Tailor’s measuring tape
- Hot glue gun and glue sticks
- Compass (large sufficient to draw a sixteen to 18-inch circle)
- Crafting knife
- Black glitter spray paint
- Silver or gold wrapping paper
- Imitation black gemstones
Draw a circle on the black poster board the use of a compass that is 10 or 12 inches in diameter and cut it out. This will be the brim of the hat. Measure the head circumference of the individual who will be carrying the hat using a tailor’s measuring tape. You can measure about 1/2- to 1-inch above the ears.
Draw the 2nd circle inside the brim circle the usage of a compass, making it the circumference of the dimension of the wearer’s head. Cut out the circle the usage of a crafting knife. Alternatively, you can make a slit within the circle long sufficient to proceed reducing out the rest of the circle with scissors.
Draw some other circle on the poster board that is approximately 6 inches large than the brim –16 to 18 inches. This will be used to make the cone of the witch’s hat. Draw a straight line from the side of the circle to the centre. Use scissors to reduce along the line to make a slit.
Form a cone out of the circle to suit internal the brim and staple it in place the poster board overlaps. Glue the cone to the brim of the hat the usage of a warm glue gun. Let the glue cool completely. Make the witch’s hat a glittery head accessory by using spraying it with black glitter spray paint. Allow the paint to dry thoroughly. Glue imitation black gems around the brim of the hat to make a witch’s hat with flair. Skip this step if the hat is for a very younger child.