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Sometimes a plain old Witch Hat just isn’t good enough! So with a little whimsy and a little style the Decorated Witches Hat came to life! I know you can do this, just grab a handful of pretties and jump right in. This is a great way to add your own attitude to either your decor or that killer costume you’ve been dreaming about, so let’s make sure the Witch is in.

 

Any witch would love to wear this hat…don’t you think?

Let me show you how we decorated the Witches Hat...

Decorated Witches Hat Supplies:

  • Witches Hat – we bought this one at Walmart
  • Black velvet fabric
  • Black and Purple Tulle Netting
  • Purple patterned Tulle
  • Black and Purple Lace Ribbon
  • Feather
  • Spider {not shown}
  • Needle and thread
  • Hot Glue Gun

Step 1:

  • First we added the tulle netting, the black and then the purple. We laid the piece of netting over top the hat and cut a hole in the center, working our way down. Then trimmed around the brim of the hat

Step 2:

  • With a needle and thread, run a basting stitch at the edge of the Tulle to gather it

Step 3:

  • Place the gathered tulle around the hat and glue it down in a few spots

Step 4:

  • Glue the velvet fabric around the brim

Step 5:

  • Now it’s time to add the feather by glueing it in

Step 6:

  • Measure several pieces of the black and purple lace ribbon, lay them together alternating the colors.
  • Glue it onto the Witches Hat

Step 7:

  • And for the finishing touch, glue on the spider

Not too shabby for an Old Hag’s Hat don’t you think.

I think the feather totally makes the Witches Hat cool!

And the spider is pretty cool too!

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