Printable New Year’s Eve Party Hats!

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Printable New Year’s Eve Party Hats!

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Printable New Year’s Eve Party Hats!

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Time to make paper New Year’s Eve hats in both cones and crowns! If you have been with me for a while you will know this is my third year to make these paper party toppers. This year I am extra fancy and added some crystal beads to the crown and strips of sequins to the cone. To make these hats, just download the PDF below and print onto a card stock paper. Trim all pieces. You will want plastic headbands that you can find at a drug or dollar store. For the crown, use the three tabs to attach to the headband. For the cone, you can use the gold strip to make a fringe tassel for the top. Once you have glued the seam to create a cone, simply use a round hole punch on both sides and slide the headband through both. You can then add your bling. Have fun with it! Thank you to my daughter Emily and her boyfriend Alex for being good sports for the third year of showcasing my paper New Year’s Eve hats. Cheers! ~ Lia

Printable New Year’s Eve Party Hats!

Lucinda Bassett December 31, 2013 at 3:33am

Nothing wrong with 48

Latest in Getting Started Crepe Paper Flowers

Printable New Year’s Eve Party Hats!

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Printable New Year’s Eve Party Hats!

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Time to make paper New Year’s Eve hats in both cones and crowns! If you have been with me for a while you will know this is my third year to make these paper party toppers. This year I am extra fancy and added some crystal beads to the crown and strips of sequins to the cone. To make these hats, just download the PDF below and print onto a card stock paper. Trim all pieces. You will want plastic headbands that you can find at a drug or dollar store. For the crown, use the three tabs to attach to the headband. For the cone, you can use the gold strip to make a fringe tassel for the top. Once you have glued the seam to create a cone, simply use a round hole punch on both sides and slide the headband through both. You can then add your bling. Have fun with it! Thank you to my daughter Emily and her boyfriend Alex for being good sports for the third year of showcasing my paper New Year’s Eve hats. Cheers! ~ Lia

Lucinda Bassett December 31, 2013 at 3:33am

Nothing wrong with 48

Latest in Getting Started Crepe Paper Flowers

Printable New Year’s Eve Party Hats!

Printable New Year’s Eve Party Hats!

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Time to make paper New Year’s Eve hats in both cones and crowns! If you have been with me for a while you will know this is my third year to make these paper party toppers. This year I am extra fancy and added some crystal beads to the crown and strips of sequins to the cone. To make these hats, just download the PDF below and print onto a card stock paper. Trim all pieces. You will want plastic headbands that you can find at a drug or dollar store. For the crown, use the three tabs to attach to the headband. For the cone, you can use the gold strip to make a fringe tassel for the top. Once you have glued the seam to create a cone, simply use a round hole punch on both sides and slide the headband through both. You can then add your bling. Have fun with it! Thank you to my daughter Emily and her boyfriend Alex for being good sports for the third year of showcasing my paper New Year’s Eve hats. Cheers! ~ Lia

Lucinda Bassett December 31, 2013 at 3:33am

Printable New Year’s Eve Party Hats!

Nothing wrong with 48

Latest in Getting Started Crepe Paper Flowers

Printable New Year’s Eve Party Hats!

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Printable New Year’s Eve Party Hats!

Time to make paper New Year’s Eve hats in both cones and crowns! If you have been with me for a while you will know this is my third year to make these paper party toppers. This year I am extra fancy and added some crystal beads to the crown and strips of sequins to the cone. To make these hats, just download the PDF below and print onto a card stock paper. Trim all pieces. You will want plastic headbands that you can find at a drug or dollar store. For the crown, use the three tabs to attach to the headband. For the cone, you can use the gold strip to make a fringe tassel for the top. Once you have glued the seam to create a cone, simply use a round hole punch on both sides and slide the headband through both. You can then add your bling. Have fun with it! Thank you to my daughter Emily and her boyfriend Alex for being good sports for the third year of showcasing my paper New Year’s Eve hats. Cheers! ~ Lia

Lucinda Bassett December 31, 2013 at 3:33am

Nothing wrong with 48

Latest in Getting Started Crepe Paper Flowers

Printable New Year’s Eve Party Hats!

Printable New Year’s Eve Party Hats!

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Time to make paper New Year’s Eve hats in both cones and crowns! If you have been with me for a while you will know this is my third year to make these paper party toppers. This year I am extra fancy and added some crystal beads to the crown and strips of sequins to the cone. To make these hats, just download the PDF below and print onto a card stock paper. Trim all pieces. You will want plastic headbands that you can find at a drug or dollar store. For the crown, use the three tabs to attach to the headband. For the cone, you can use the gold strip to make a fringe tassel for the top. Once you have glued the seam to create a cone, simply use a round hole punch on both sides and slide the headband through both. You can then add your bling. Have fun with it! Thank you to my daughter Emily and her boyfriend Alex for being good sports for the third year of showcasing my paper New Year’s Eve hats. Cheers! ~ Lia

Lucinda Bassett December 31, 2013 at 3:33am

Nothing wrong with 48

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