These JAWS Party Hats are ready to celebrate!
Today is KF’s actual day birthday and we will be celebrating with a few friends later on tonight. I love a good party hat group shot so I made an
updated version of the shark party hat for this year. It pays homage to the iconic poster that advertised JAWS (KF’s favorite movie of all time) and the 25th Anniversary of Shark Week is just around the corner so these will serve double duty!
This is another fun and easy hat to D.I.Y. The JAWS mouth makes it a slight bit more “advanced” craft- wise, but download our
SDB JAWS Shark Hat Template Cut Outs, enlist some shark loving helpers, and you will have amazing JAWS shark party hats like these in no time!
Here’s the step by step…
You will need: Our SDB JAWS party hat template, black construction paper, solid color party hats (we are using silver and gold but blues work very nicely), glue dots or glue, scissors… SDB JAWS party hat cut template is helpful but not necessary, black glitter to make the eyes glimmer is optional but fabulous. Shark mascot assistant is also optional… If using a 1/2 inch circle punch (like I did), punch out the eyes on black construction paper. If you don’t have a punch, cut out both the eye and the mouth shapes from the template… Trace the mouths onto the paper and cut out… Cut the whith triangle teeth direct from our template. You will need about 14- 18 per mouth. Once you get on a roll of cutting the triangles you can just keep going on the paper… shark teeth are far from perfect so your triangles dont have to be exact Add small dots of glue spaced about 1/4 inch apart to the mouth paper. Add your white paper teeth- the tops of the teeth will hang off the mouth edge just a bit. It looks cool if some of the triangles meet or go between eachother… Let teeth fully dry for at least 10 minutes (20 would be better). If the mouth isnt fully dry, the next step will not work… Turn the mouth over and trim the teeth edges that are hanging off using the mouth as your guide so that the teeth will be flush with the mouth. I used glue dots to attach the mouth and eyes because they are fast, easy, and not messy but you can just as easily use a glue gun or craft glue. If using the dots or glue, insert your hand into the hat and press the mouth and eyes down on the front to keep them secure. If using glue, you may need to hold each piece in place for several seconds. Cue the JAWS music… You hat is ready for wear! Happy Birthday KF! It’s going to be hard to beat this Shark Hat group shot from last year but we will gladly give it a try!
To see how to make last year’s version of the
shark hat click here…
Happy Saturday! Shark on friends! Xo Dani