Spring Hat Door Hanger

Spring Hat Door Hanger-

It’s been a long while since I shared anything crafty. I need more hours in the day, giggle. I used to make these hats with my Mother years ago. Instead of a traditional Spring wreath try this easy and pretty alternative.:-)

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What You Need
Straw hat
Ribbon
Artificial flowers
Glue gun and glue sticks
Wire cutters
Imagination

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Start by dabbing some glue around the bowl of the hat just above the brim, then wrap ribbon around your hat and make a bow. Or use a hat that already has a ribbon :-)

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Dab a little glue before you tie your bow. Secure your bow with a dab of glue too. How big you make the bow is completely up to you. Keep it simple like mine or puff it up and have ends hanging all the way down.

Cut your flowers, trim some flush to the tops so they will lay flat ,others you may want to keep long.

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Arrange your flowers ( do not glue) I tried a couple of different variations until I was happy.

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After all of your flowers are as you like them. Glue them on to your hat.

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Optional-Glue some ribbon across the inside of the hat for hanging on the door.

Display it inside or outside ( keep it dry though), Big Taa Daa!

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Do you make wreaths for your door when the seasons change?

 

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Comments

  1. I love it and seriously thanks for sharing this one. Have a great weekend, Katherine!! :)

  2. Katherine, I love this idea. I am a hat person. I think they call me the hat lady at church since I am the only one who does. This is the perfect thing for me. I am from NY, Saratoga area, where the horses are raced. Each summer I go back to visit and we shop in the boutiques and try on derby hats. Gorgeous hats that have prices in the $100s. We always say we are going to make one ourselves. Thanks for your tutorial. I may just make one for my door and one for myself a spring hat to wear. Found you at Feathered Nest Fri. Blessings!~Wanda

  3. How very cute and I like the springy hat ever so much better than a wreath.

  4. Yes, I have a series of wreaths that I made and use for each season. Right now there is a wreath of forsythia (not real) on my door and I’m making a tulip covered wreath for May.

    Your hat wreath is really cute.

  5. So fresh and pretty. And pink!!! Love it.

  6. Pretty!!! Is that really hanging outside your door!?
    I’ve made wreaths for fall and winter, but I think you inspired me to make a spring one. :)
    I hope you have a lovely Friday!

  7. I love your spring hat door hanger! It’s so pretty!

  8. Katherine, Thank you so much for posting this. I, as you, have always loved straw hats for spring decor. I have on hanging in a closet because I wasn’t sure if it was stylish again. You are always on top of things and starting trends instead of following trends.
    Well, you could have guessed, that hat is coming out of the closet. I may have to dust it and change out some flowers and ribbon for more current colors.
    I looked at the other day and how pretty it was.
    xo Ginger

  9. Love your hat! Such special memories that you have about your Mom! =)

    I dont make special wreaths for my front door – but Im thinking about it.

    Hugs,
    Melissa

  10. My daughter has been making seasonal wreaths, I’ll have to get her to try the hats!

  11. vet pretty. I want to try and knit one of those cloche hats sometime.

  12. It’s pretty and definitely worthy of the season. :)

  13. Anytime I have tried to make wreath, it turns out terrible! Maybe if I looked at someone else’s it might turn out!

  14. A great idea and you carried it out very well. Beautiful job.

  15. This is so lovely! What a wonderful springtime welcome.

  16. Beautiful spring hat decorated!

  17. The hat is adorable and so pretty on the door, Katherine….Christine

  18. This is so perfect! I love it!

    >Holly at Not Done Growing

  19. That is really cute!

  20. Just precious…a nice change from a wreath…:)

  21. gosh it’s very pretty

  22. This is wonderful, so bright and cheerful. It’s a happy way to greet people who come to the door. The colors are so vibrant and the bit of green and the patterned ribbon make it perfect. Always a treat to see what you are doing! Thanks for sharing on our Brag About It party. So nice of you.
    All the best ~ Sharon and Denise!

  23. Hey Katherine This is a lovely creation, I just love it!!! Thank you so much for stopping by and linking this up at Bewitch Me & Titi! You are going to be feature tomorrow!!! yayyy come and link again and grab you featured button!

    Hugs
    Cami

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