Feathered Party Hat

The nice thing about New Years Eve is that it is the only holiday that calls for an obligatory party hat. If you ask me, we should be wearing party hats for all holidays; Christmas, Valentines, Mother’s Day, Easter…OK, maybe not Easter. That’s morbid. But Thanksgiving? Why the Hell not.

The only thing I don’t like about NYE party hats is that the ones they pass out at bars and parties are usually pretty lame. Why not make your own? I went to my local dollar store, picked up a pack of birthday tiaras and a bag of hot pink feathers….a little hot glue later, boom. An all occasion party hat was born.

Just try to tell me your don’t want one. Just try.

Happy New Year!

Comments

  1. says

    Genius. As soon as the streets clear of snow, I will visit Dollar Tree for supplies. This is perfect for children staying in to celebrate with parents.

  2. odile_barbot_f says

    Well aunt with orwithout hat happy newyear !

  3. Stacey says

    Amen to that! Hats for everything! This is adorable! I work in a kinder class and we turn everything into a hat. Ten frames…shape hats…turkey heads….Hats rule!

  4. cetc55 says

    My family wears party hats at Christmas! Ok just those paper crowns that you get out of the Christmas crackers, but wearing them is mandatory if you want ham and I have been scheming for a while now about a way to make fancier (read: more ridiculous) crowns – I need a way to get inside the crackers without ruining them though. I might just make my own crackers next year.

  5. says

    This is definitely more stylish than your typical New Years party hat. And, it’s still 100% party. Have a wonderful New Year!!

  6. Laura says

    Very stylish. I can never seem to stay awake on New Years. Maybe if I had one of those feathered party hats it would help :)
    Laura

  7. miznelliebellie says

    yep, I’ll be buying out the clearance party tiaras now. Love!

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