How to Make DIY Dinosaur Party Hats
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It is really easy to make these DIY Dinosaur Party Hats with a Martha Stewart Cricut machine and paper! Follow Pineapple Paper Co. to get the best ideas for Dinosaur Birthday Party Supplies. All of the kids loved these dinosaur birthday party hats and I think they’re adorable!
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Dinosaur Birthday Party Hats
Last week, I shared an adorable idea for DIY Dinosaur Party Favors in our monthly collaborations with Cricut, Martha Stewart and Michaels. Using Martha Stewart Celebrations party favor buckets, Cricut Cardstock, Cricut Pens, and Martha Stewart Paints, you can make an inexpensive favor for all of the little guests at your party. If you’re planning a Dinosaur themed party for a kid in your life, you’ll definitely want to check out all of the DIY dinosaur party supplies that I created with our Cricut Explore Air 2. In addition to the Dinosaur Party Favor Buckets that I created, we made these darling DIY dinosaur birthday party hats, perfect for the kids!
Supplies you need to make DIY Dinosaur Party Hats
–Cricut Explore Air 2
–Cricut Scoring Stylus
–Hot Glue Gun (or glue of choice)
How to Make DIY Dinosaur Party Hats
Open Cricut Design Space and open the Dinosaur Party Hat file designed by Pineapple Paper Co.
CLICK HERE TO OPEN DINOSAUR PARTY HAT DESIGN IN CRICUT DESIGN SPACE
The design was created to make 3 hats; you can copy and paste the designs to suit your needs.
All of the dinosaur hats are set to be the same color; if you would like to make different color hats, change the colors desired in the layers panel on the right, and the Cricut will prompt you to cut the various colors on different mats.
When you are ready to cut, click the green “Make It” button.
Carefully remove the cut designs from the mat and fold the dinosaur spikes using the scored lines as guides.
Glue hats together overlapping the edges.
Attach the folded dinosaur spikes to the hat with glue. If desired, add an elastic band at the bottom to go underneath the chin (does anyone remember hating those as much as I do?)
Display on a cute table for all of the kids to choose their dinosaur party hats!
Do you want to see ALL of the Dinosaur Party Supplies we made with our Martha Stewart Cricut? We’ve posted all of the projects:
Dinosaur Party Ideas + DIY Dinosaur Party Decorations with Martha Stewart, Cricut, and Michaels
DIY Dinosaur Party Favors with Cricut Explore Air 2 + Cricut Pens
Make a Modern Name Ombre Birthday Banner
Dinosaur Party Favor Ideas that Kids will Love
Find more Birthday Party Ideas here:
–Dinosaur Party Ideas on Pinterest
Hi, y’all! I’m Charynn, the owner and designer of Pineapple Paper Co. I’m a mom of four kids (two girls and two boys) living in Pittsburgh. I love hand lettering, anything southern, cocktails, and of course, pineapples! I am excited to share my SVG files, printables, and craft projects with you! The pineapple is a symbol of hospitality, and I welcome y’all to my little corner of the internet. Read more…
Is there a way to get this in a sag? I’d looooove to use this for my daughters birthday party but I have a Silhouette
sorry I meant a SVG
Sorry, I didn’t design it 🙁 It’s just a Cricut Design Space file. I’ll definitely add that to my list of SVGs I need to make 🙂