I’m starting to develop an obsession with creating dollar store crafts. I roam around the store and become flooded with tons of fantastic ideas for all of kinds of projects. I love the creativity the items inspire. That is why I made this dollar store St. Patrick’s wreath and why I’m sharing these fantastic dollar store St Pats party hats today!
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Thank you for joining me for this St. Patrick’s Day Blog Hop! We’ve got 16 crazy talented bloggers sharing St. Patrick’s Day crafts – on a budget! Each blogger was given a budget of no more than $10 and challenged to create a St. Patrick’s Day craft using items from the dollar store or dollar section of their local stores.
Let’s meet these crafty bloggers!
Megan at C’mon Get Crafty
Erlene at My Pinterventures
Victoria at Dazzle While Frazzled
Kim at Made in a Day
Lyn at MidMichiganMom
Robin at Redo It Yourself Inspirations
Karen at Garden Chick
Marie at DIY Adulation
Terri at Our Good Life
Sherry at Olives-N-Okra
Raquel at Organized Island
Michelle at Our Crafty Mom
Betsy at Happily Ever After, Etc
Tammy at One More Time
Molly at Just a Little Creativity
Rebekah at Crayons in My Camera Bag
Dollar Store St Pats Party Hats
Dollar store St Pats party hats along with 16 other budget St. Patrick's ideas! #stpatricksday #budgetcrafts Click To Tweet
- Pack of Headbands
- Pack of Small Plastic Hats
- 1 Bunch of Glitter Carnations
- Hot Glue Gun and Glue
- Package of Plastic Gold Coins
- Optional: Green Glitter Tape
Remove staples and elastic from your plastic hats.
Step 2 (Optional)
Cover the existing sticker on the hat with green glitter tape.
Remove the flowers from the stems and attach a flower to one side of your hat with hot glue.
Cover up your glue spot by pushing back one of the petals to the hot glue. (Add more glue if it has already cooled.)
Spread your petals apart and glue a gold coin to the center.
Measure the placement for your glue by holding your hat to your headband where you would like it to sit and marking the spots with a marker or pencil.
Place hot glue on the marks on your headband and gently press you hat to it.
Caution: The hot glue can melt the hat so I recommend letting it cool slightly before attaching your hat.
If you buy the same supplies I did at the dollar store, you can make 4-5 of these party hats for $4.00 in supplies. They are so super cute and you can seriously whip all of them up in about 20 minutes. Before you go, be sure to check out the other awesome projects below!
Check out the rest of the budget crafts!
- C’mon Get Crafty
- My Pinterventures
- Dazzle While Frazzled
- Made in a Day
- Redo It Yourself Inspirations
- Garden Chick
- DIY Adulation
- Our Good Life
- Organized Island
- Our Crafty Mom
- Happily Ever After, Etc
- One More Time
- Just a Little Creativity
- Crayons in My Camera Bag
Do you have a budget friendly St. Patrick’s Day craft to share? Link up your project below and be seen on all 16 blogs!
I’m a nerdy, crafty mom of three adorable little kids. I love writing and creating, but in my non-existent free time I also love karaoke, taking my kids to the zoo, and reading. I got my degree in Science (no idea how that happened) but I took every English class I could get my hands on because, yeah, I’m that girl.