Pirate's Hat Using Paper for Halloween

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Introduction: Pirate's Hat Using Paper for Halloween

About: I am IT professional, living in Bangalore, India. As new gadgets come out everyday, we indulge in spending significant time and money on these gadgets. And our kids are learning from us, they know how to use...

Hi All,

In this instructable. I will share how I made a simple pirate's hat for my Son for Halloween.

This is simple craft, very easy to make, hardly take 2 hrs

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Step 1: Materials

What we need?

  1. Black Chart paper ( Thick paper)
  2. Sticky tape/ Cello tape
  3. Some colored crape paper
  4. Glue
  5. One big bowl that fits your head
  6. White paper

Step 2: Build Parts for Hat

Step 1 : Cut a large Triangle of size 60 to 70 cm

Step 2 : Draw a circle using the bowl and radial lines close to each other

Step 3 : Cut them as in image

Step 4 : Using a sticky tape, wrap chart paper to the bowl; The paper should be a square , touching the edges of the bowl as shown

Step 5: Use sticky tape to get good shape for the hat

Step 6 : Optional : you can hide the tape using a paper and wrapping it around

Step 3: Assembly

Step 7 : For understanding, I am showing how both pieces go together. You need to fold and use glue to stick them together or just stapler

Step 4: Decorate

Step 8: cover the borders using crape paper, it looks good

Step 9: Fix three corners to the top using glue or stapler

Step 10 : Decorate with feather and pirate logo

Step 5: Testing

Step 11: Give it to your kid

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    2 Discussions

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    seamster
    seamster

    3 years ago

    Very cool pirate hat! I like how nice and simple it is :)

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    Amit_Jain
    Amit_Jain

    Reply 3 years ago

    thanks