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Tiny Party Hats!

2 November 2010 6,098 views 3 Comments

by Care

My kids and I have become obsessed with collecting tiny little stuffed animals.  Our collection is growing, and we've been having all kinds of fun playing with them!  With a few recent birthdays in our family, birthday parties are at the top of the list of games to play with our tiny pets.  But what is a party without tiny party hats?

Last week when we were fresh after my son's birthday party, I quickly created a couple dozen party hats from just three leftover life-size party hats we had kicking around.  What a hit!  It's now been all birthday parties all the time for our tiny stuffed animals!  [get the pattern]

Project Estimate:

  • party hats, 8/$1
  • tiny hole punch, on hand
  • scotch tape, on hand

Total:  OODLES of tiny hats for $1!

Caroline Sanchez (Care) has been sewing since her mom taught her the basics at around six years old.  She has always been driven to CREATE, even from a very young age.  She is mommy to two little boys and one baby girl, and almost every spare moment she has is spent in her sewing room or working on her blog, Obsessively Stitching.

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  • It’s not a party until you have cake | JGoode.com said:

    [...] love all things cute and tiny so when I saw today’s post about Tiny Party hats at Dollar Store Crafts, I had to chime in with a little cake. A party just isn’t a party until there is some kind of [...]

  • Zakkalife said:

    So cute!

  • Amy said:

    Glad I’m not the only one who likes to put silly accessories on stuffed animals. Oh wait, I don’t have kids…

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