How To Make A St. Patrick’s Day Hat

Learn how to make a simple St. Patrick’s Day hat that would make a Leprechaun jealous. This St. Patrick’s Day hat is easy to make and anyone can wear it. Don’t get caught without your green and 4 leaf clovers this St Patrick’s Day.

To make a St. Patrick’s Day hat, you will need:

  • Green Craft Foam or Construction Paper
  • Green Pipe Cleaners
  • Stapler
  • Scissors
  • Tape Measure
  • Craft Glue
  1. Measure the circumference of your head with a tape measure to determine what size head band to cut.
  2. Cut a strip of green craft foam 3 inches wide and the length of your circumference measurement plus 2 inches.

  3. Staple the ends of the green craft foam into a head band the correct size to fit your head.

  4. Cut 2 – 4 leaf clover shapes from the green craft foam. Lay the 4 leaf clovers flat on the table. Run a bead of craft glue down the center of the each 4 leaf clover. Stick the end of a green pipe cleaner to the bead of glue and let the glue dry thoroughly.

  5. Turn the head band so the staples are in the back. Staple a green pipe cleaners, with the 4 leaf clover attached, to each side of the head band. The pipe cleaners should be opposite of each other on the head band.

Tips:

Decorate your hat with glitter, markers, or stickers. You can customize each hat by writing a name across the head band.

Warnings:

Staples are sharp and can cut skin. Bend each end of every staple down to eliminate sharp edges.

Reference:

St. Patrick's Day Four Leaf Clover Hat Craft

 

 

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