Santa Hat Art Project

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Nano working on his Santa hat

Nano loves making this today because he got to cut with scissors and paint.

Items needed:

  • white paper
  • black paper
  • red paint
  • glue
  • red and white pom poms
  • scissors
  • Trace the shape of a Santa hat on the white paper.
    Have your child cut out the Santa hat.
    Glue it on the black paper.
    Paint the Santa hat red.
    Decorate with pom poms.
    Let dry
    Hang wherever their little heart desires.

    Nano’s finished hat – it will be hung over the fireplace as always

    I have to add a bonus little craft cuz I love this ornament. I made it in 1981 when I was 7 and it has stood the test of time for the most part, minus missing a runner.

    Some popsicle sticks, glue, and paint make a beautiful sled to hang on your tree which will last at least 31 yrs (and counting).

    Have a great day!

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    • Berny

      Your son is so adorable. I’m sure that he really enjoyed making that Santa Hat. Kids really love arts because they can express their artistic side through art making. I also love doing crafts and arts with my son, that’s one of the ways we do for our bonding. And oh, I envy you for being so sentimental, I wish I had a piece of my childhood remembrance too.