Head out the door in style with these fun, homemade hat s and crowns.
This colorful crown makes a cool king or queen out of anyone -- especially when you give it a good squeeze.
An easy-to-make Pumpkin Hat for judging pumpkin contests or wearing to Halloween parties.
Crown your little May Queen with a woven flower ring
Show some authentic Thanksgiving style with this easy-to-make hat.
Stitch up this adorable guy, complete with a miniature fleece scarf and an orange felt nose, in an hour or two. The bonus? He'll never melt!
This hat's floppy fringe and foam stars are sure to turn heads on the slopes, the school bus, or anywhere else.
Your child will lead the pack in true Rudolph style with a cap featuring fanciful antlers made from a pair of basic knit gloves.
Get creative turning wooden chopsticks into unique hair ornaments; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
These fringed caps make for a fun way to sport your patriotic colors on the Fourth.
You can create a dazzling crown that resembles Cinderella's using little more than an ordinary headband and a piece of sequence trim.
Fashioned from a ring of beautiful paper eggs, it makes an amusing yet smashing top off to Princess Belle's Easter gown.
To complement her holiday gown, Belle dons a special harvest crown made of colorful pint-size pumpkins and hand-colored acorns. Here's how your resident princess can follow suit this Thanksgiving.