Thursday, September 6, 2012

Paper Hat Stack!

As we got out of the car, I spotted the pink plastic bag on the driveway. It has advertisements in it and goes straight to the recycling bin. Noli says "Bring it in -- I can make something out of that paper!"

So in it goes and she takes the papers out and sets to work ....

Do you know how to make paper hats? .... No, I say.
Well, I'll show you how, she says!
I wasn't smart enough to grab my camera at this point, but she -- very precisely -- showed me how to fold it.



 A paper hat stack!



Who's behind those paper hats?
It's a mystery ....



We must model from the back too



Mommy gets in on the fun!
Noli loves her purple sunglasses!



The next day .... Silliness on Mommy's porch 
Mommy's friends wear Noli's hats ....


♥♥♥   Noli is linking her paper hats to Alphabe-Thursday over at Miss Jenny's where we are studying the letter "P."


Jenny Matlock


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19 comments:

Jonell said...

Its the PURPLE sunglasses I gotta have. I remember making those PAPER HATS as a child too! Let the kids have fun with ordinary supplies on hand,right! It feeds their creative side.

Jonell
Like Gramma's House

Heather Everson said...

I remember making paper hats as a kid too :)

By the way, tag your it! Check out my post to see more http://heversonart.blogspot.com/2012/09/ive-been-tagged.html

Emille said...

When we were babysitting our 2 and 4 year old grand kids a few months ago that's what we did - we made paper hats! Such fun!

memoriesforlifescrapbooks said...

Her creativity amazes me every time you share her work! I love seeing all her new creations :)

storybeader said...

I love how Noli taught you how to make a paper hat! Learn something new every day! {:-D

Catherine OurVillageIs said...

I love it! It has been far too long since I have made a paper hat!

Cathy Kennedy said...

I remember making paper hats when I was a little girl and then once I became a mommy, then I taught my kiddoes how to do this, too. But, to do this today then I'd have surf the net to re-learn this little project.

What a fun 'P' post!

Lmkazmierczak said...

How fun....love that it was a spontaneous moment♫♪

Rose said...

I second Edi's thoughts on this. It's amazing to see her creative spirit and how it continues to grow.

Judie said...

Great idea for a children's party! "Make your own party hat!!!" Love this!!

Nancy said...

That's pretty great! You've got a little recycler on your hands;)

anitamombanita said...

she's adorable..and obviously resourceful and creative!

Rita said...

Very bright and creative daughter you have there. I recall doing a skit in grade school where we all had to make and wear these hats.

Had not thought of that in decades.

Rita said...

Very bright and creative daughter you have there. I recall doing a skit in grade school where we all had to make and wear these hats.

Had not thought of that in decades.

Splendid Little Stars said...

super fun!!
Noli is clever and a wonderful model, too!

Abby / Linda said...

How fun is that!!!!!!!!!!!

Zia Blue said...

haha, love it! hats are wonderful in any shape ;)

Zia
singing-blue.blogspot.ca

Sally Annie Magundy said...

Such a darling post Sarah. And brings back memories, I loved to make newspaper hats when I was little.

Jenny said...

I've forgotten about making paper hats!

Thanks for a wonderful reminder!

Gosh. You look like you are a teenager, my dear! What lovely pictures!

I enjoyed my little pop in here today for the letter "P".

Thank you for linking.

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