Graduation Caps

February 12th, 2013 posted by Terri Bose


This cute little graduation cap is a fabulous idea for preschool or Kindergarten graduations! Easy to put together and children are proud to wear them and move on in style. Make one or make them as a class project!

You will need

Plastic or Paper Bowl
8″ x 8″ Matching Card Stock
Yarn
Scissors
Glue
Tape

What you do

Check bowl for fit on child’s head. We trimmed off the rim. Turn the bowl upside down and glue the square of card stock on what used to be the bottom of the bowl. Adult should use a scissors to poke a small whole through the middle of the card stock and bowl.

To Make the Tassel

Wrap yarn several times around three fingers. Leave about a foot of yarn on one end. Remove from fingers and pinch together at that end. Use another piece of yarn to wrap pinched strands together. Tie off. Cut open loops on other side. Push long piece of yarn through a hole punched in the top. Tape on the inside to hold in place.

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Terri Bose is the owner of MakingFriends.com, a website dedicated to kid's crafts. Terri has been online since the late 90's and her site not only offers free craft projects, many which are for scouts, but she also sells many of the supplies that you need in everyday crafting!


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