Another coffee-cup sleeve headwear option: the almost instant Haman hat.
I went on (and on) about the Coffee Cup Sleeve Crown for Purim, so do please visit that page and see the applications and whatnot. I am stoked about those crowns.
For kids who would rather get poked in the eye than show up at shul in a crown, try a Haman hat. It’s the same size as the Crown variations and it offers the same thrill of repurposing coffee-house trash into holiday wear, but without the Crownyness. Continue reading
Make a mini crown from a coffee sleeve
It’s free, jaunty, quick and eco-kosher:
the Queen Esther or King Ahashveros Coffee Cup (sleeve) Crown. The alliteration is even more delicious in Hebrew: Keter Kos Kafe.
My husband does the daily coffee-house thing. He triangulates amongst locally-owned joints. One of the byproducts of this habit is the accumulation of cups and sleeves. The cups are repurposed as seed-starter pots, but the sleeves multiply unused in the shed, awaiting an aha moment. I had the aha moment last week, and it is this: the Keter Kos Kafe. I like typing it and I like saying it. Continue reading
In black, with no filling, it’s the Easy Haman Hat of last week’s post. In brown, with filling, it’s a Hamantasch Hat. I mentioned the Hamantaschen variation at the very end of my Easy Haman Hat how-to, and by golly, a couple days later, one intrepid reader told me she’d made a few for her kids. Oh, how I love to hear about someone who has tried something and had fun doing it.
So now, I’ve decided the Hamantasch Hat deserves it’s own post. Continue reading
Construction paper Haman hat, modeled by balloon
Your kid can make a Haman hat, with a little help. Add an eye-brow pencil mustache, a black cape, and a sneer. Make sure your child will not suffer emotional collapse when boo-ed by random adults and tiny peers. Continue reading