Well it’s pretty hot here. I’m really not used to the Texas heat, so I’m just staying inside most of the time, which is a bummer. This means lots of indoor activities and crafts.
Today we made fun, colorful summer hats by repurposing old hats whose decorations had fallen (read: were pulled) off.
This was a lot of fun to do with the girls.
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A hot glue gun (for adult use only)
1. Place ribbon around brim. Glue in place.
2. Add some flowers or butterflies. Hot glue them in place. I used butterflies because I’m not sure where all my flowers are, and really like how it turned out.
3. Glue some feathers down on the “front.” You can add more flowers and such on top of the feathers. It starts to look really cute here.
4. We also put pom poms on the brim for a fun and silly addition.
Happy kids, happy life.