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A Hat for the Cat

A Hat for the Cat

We made a Cat in the Hat craft last year and wanted to try a new approach this year. With Dr. Seuss’s birthday approaching, it seemed like a great time to try! Pin It Materials: white poster board (oak tag) painter’s tape red paint paper plate scissors tape stapler Directions: 1. Measure your poster board and create stripes 1.5-2 inches wide. Pin It 2. Use painter’s tape to mark off the stripes and paint the exposed poster board red. Pin It My son also made one but he was feeling … Read entire article »

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Buccaneer Hat and Pirate Eye Patch Craft!

Buccaneer Hat and Pirate Eye Patch Craft!

Avast, ye landlubbers! September 19 be Talk Like a Pirate Day and me mateys and me are hoisting the main sail with pirate hats and eye patches! Pin It Why did the pirate wear a hat? To keep his buccan-EARS warm! Living on the coast, we are awash with pirate lore and “pirates” frequently make an appearance at local festivals. For the hats, we just made the traditional childhood newspaper hats and decorated with markers, jewels (arrr…treasure!), and some … Read entire article »

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