These printable Christmas hats include a Santa hat, and elf hat and a reindeer headband. All print in black and white to allow your kiddos to add their own splash of color and personality.
Holiday fun in a printable Christmas hat…
Whether your kiddos are putting on an impromptu holiday play or running around burning off holiday excitement this pack of printable Christmas hats will add a dash of creativity and fun! An elf hat, a Santa hat, and a reindeer headband all print in black and white and are ready to be colored!
Print on card stock for a heavier, sturdier Christmas hat. Standard weight paper would be acceptable for both the Santa hat and the elf hat but the reindeer headband will require card stock in order to have the strength to stand up.
Add color to your Christmas hat…
Each of these Christmas hats prints in black and white on standard 8.5 x 11 paper. If your artists are very young encourage them to add color before cutting each shape out. That will save your little artist the frustration of coloring over a cut edge and getting crumpled paper.
Use anything you can imagine to add a little color, sparkle, and imagination to these Christmas hats. The hats in the pic were colored with washable markers. Watercolors would be another easy color solution!
Don’t be afraid to think out side the box and grab glitter or even textural elements like cotton balls (for Santa’s hat) or burlap for the reindeer headband.
Making the Santa hat and elf hat…
Thus far each “hat” or headband is strictly flat two dimensional pieces. Now that each piece is colored it’s time to make those flat pieces into an elf hat, a Santa hat, or that reindeer headband that your little person can wear!
The elf hat and the Santa hat are each constructed with tabs on the side. On the printable PDF there is a long skinny rectangle. Cut that out and use it to glue to the tabs on the side of the elf hat and Santa hat. Measure to your kiddos head before cutting any extra and gluing.
Making the reindeer headband…
The reindeer headband will come together a bit differently than the Santa hat or the elf hat. In order for those reindeer antlers to fit on one page each antler will be cut and colored separately. Then glue each antler, along with any bows or accessories your artist may have made, to a headband strip. Cut an additional strip and piece together. Size to your kiddos head before trimming and gluing.
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