18+ Ways to Make a Snowman Hat
Not every year you would like repeating the same theme for Christmas to deck your home. Right from centerpiece to tree ornaments, making something unique is very DIY enthusiast wish. If you have repurposed tin cans, felt, fabric scarps or simple craft paper, make a classy snowman hat taking help from the following tutorials.
Decked with wreaths, cherries, and stuffed birds, the snowman hat drops a hint that the merry-making season is just around the corner.
You can use a ribbon of any color and design to accentuate the overall look of your tree. How about a gigantic below the hat as shown in the tutorial?
The interesting tutorial is given in a different language. However, you can translate the page and learn how to make the luscious hat for Christmas.
The striped hat made from scrapbook paper is a digression from the standard themed-hat for Christmas.
Here is an easy template provided to make this hat-making project a success.
If you have some leftover fleece, use it to design a hat and tuck a flower ribbon around the rim.
You can sprinkle synthetic snowflakes over the top of the hat or simply add blobs of white glue to create a wintry effect.
Adding all the elements of Xmas to the hat renders a magical effect that spreads throughout the house.
Why deck only your Christmas tree? Your front door can be made more attractive with a combination of a wreath and a snowman hat.
Here is a tutorial to make a snowman and his hat with Styrofoam balls, paper cup, and cotton balls.
Another interesting DIY project you can do with some popsicle sticks to deck your Xmas tree.
Keep this ravishing hat at the centre of your dining table to impress all your guests.
Download this printable pattern if you are looking for a unique snowman hat design.
All the ladies would not mind donning this cool headband cum hat along with their outlandish Halloween costume.
Now that you have a plethora of ideas at your fingertips to make a cool snowman hat, the coming holidays will not be too boring.
Published on November 22nd 2018 by Michelle Anderson