DIY party hats

Top 10 Ideas for DIY Party Hats

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It’s always fun to get dressed up for birthday parties, holiday parties, or any kind of party really. What is just as fun is reminiscing over photos from the event days, weeks, or even months later.

Help make those photos even more memorable by having party hats! They automatically unify and spark camaraderie among guests and can serve as a souvenir of the event.

Plus, party hats don’t discriminate when it comes to age. Young or old can rock one and look fantastic in pictures.

So go ahead, try one or all of these diy party hats and start posing for your selfie.

DIY metallic party hat-Oubly

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You can’t go wrong with a basic shiny, metallic party hat.

head band party hats-Oubly

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With some sign characters, headbands, and hot glue, you can get creative with your phrases.

DIY glitter party hats-Oubly

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Glitter glam sequined halos will make any girl feel special.

DIY party crown-Oubly

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Make these crowns and adorn them with jewels, buttons, ribbons, or glitter.

fairy tale diy party hats

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Pipe cleaners are used to make up the cute little triangles that adorn this fairy tale-esque headpiece.

DIY waterciolor party hats-Oubly

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These washed out watercolor party hats might be softer, but they definitely won’t tone down the party.

DIY flower party hats

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Nothing can beat a fresh, pretty flower crown…

DIY floral party hat-Oubly

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unless of course it is a new take on the idea with this floral party hat.

diy pom pom party hat

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Pom poms add depth and fuzzy texture to an otherwise flat crown.

diy confetti party hats

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Confetti seems to always be a mess, but it sure looks clean and cute stuck on top of these hats.

Paulina Kay

Paulina Kay

is an artist, photographer, kitten lover and milkshake enthusiast who grew up in Michigan and moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in fine art and sunbathing. She hopes to one day marry Trueblood's Alexander Skarsgard.

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