Make your own tea party hat to wear while sipping tea or pink lemonade with your friends! These little tea party hats are so simple, feminine, and sweet. They are the perfect activity to make with friends at birthday parties or sleepovers too! This post contains affiliate links.
I saw these darling fascinators from A Bushel and a Peck and knew they’d be perfect! We came up with our own spin and I am absolutely thrilled with how they turned out.
Make Your Own Tea Party Hat
3 flowers for each headband is a good number.
Note: I found all of these at the Dollar Tree store, cut off the stems off, and placed them in a basket. I saved a ton of money by purchasing them here vs. Michaels or Joann’s.
1 plain headband (purchased here in a pack of 48)
2 (5″ circles of white felt)
24″ of tulle (purchased here)
1 bird (Michael’s)
2 feathers (Michael’s)
wire cutters to trim stems from flowers, if needed.
Note: I wanted to use these birds, but didn’t allow enough time for shipping. If you have the time, they’d be perfect! They have them on Amazon for bit more, but we needed enough for 28 headbands so the felt stickers were more within our budget.
Glue 3 flowers onto the center of the headband. Add a couple of drops to the ends of the feathers and stick them into place, making sure they stand up to make the hat a bit taller.
Hot glue the bird onto the hat.
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Welcome! I'm Brandy, mother to 5 darling kiddos and a cute black lab named Toby. My husband is in the Coast Guard so we've lived all over the place, turning each house into a home. I love baking, sewing, making cute things with my kids, and sharing what I've learned with all of you!