What’s a birthday party without some party hats? And what’s a party hat without a little embellishment? With a few inexpensive supplies, you can change some dollar store party hats from drab to fab. I started with a package of dollar store party hats & a roll of craft paper.Using my handy glue gun, I covered each hat with craft paper.Then, I cut strips of various colors of wrapping paper, fan folded them, trimmed the edges to straighten them, then glued the ends together to make a little circular fan.Then, I just glued that onto the hat.Next, I used these handy Chalkstock Artist Trading Cards from Hobby Lobby to create a little chalkboard label for each hat. I cut the cards into quarters to get the perfect size, then just glued it on the fan.Lastly, I glued on a little pom pom & it was done!The chalkboard is perfect for writing on names of the guests or the age of the birthday kid! Customize these to match your party decor, or make them in a variety of colors & use them again & again!Hope you like them! I’m linking them up at a few of these parties. Check them out for lots more inspiration!
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