Christmas is near, and there is a sense of excitement in the air. So, do you want to make sure that everyone in your family enjoys and appreciates this wonderful holiday? But what can you do if you want to spend Christmas at home with your kids? Well, what if you learn how to make a Santa cap for Christmas?
After all, juggling busy schedules with your budget and family’s interests isn’t easy. So, yes, we are here with an easy paper craft to make you and your kids happy. Whoa! Are you excited?
Well, you should be because it’s not an easy task. You just have to collect a few basic materials, and you can make caps for each member of your family. So, give this post a quick read.
So, if you want to make a Santa cap to celebrate Christmas in a more fun way, it’s your chance. To make a Santa cap, you’ll need all these materials.
- Compass or string
- Red color paper
Steps To Make Santa Cap For Christmas
As I said earlier, making a Santa cap at home is going to be much easier for you. Just follow these steps thoroughly.
Step 1: On red colored paper, draw and cut out a half-circle with a radius of 9-10 inches.
Cut a half-circle
Step 2: Make a cone out of the half-circle. Make the base as wide as you can or as wide as your head will allow. You can even take a measurement of your head before cutting the half-circle. It should look like shown in the picture below.
Make a cone
Step 3: Cotton should be glued around the base of the cone.
Step 4: Make a ball out of a little piece of cotton. Glue this to the cone hat’s tip.
Paste cotton on the top
Step 5: Wear your Santa cone hat once the glue has dried. Make a chin strap if the hat is too small for your head. Simply punch two holes opposite each other on the hat’s bottom edge. Join the ends of an elastic string together.
While making Santa cap keep these things in mind:
- Don’t forget to measure the size of your head.
- Paste cotton nicely so that it won’t look messy.
So now that you know the steps, why not try it on your own? Hope this guide on how to make a Santa cap for Christmas would have helped you.
An Indian nuclear physicist, founding director, and professor of physics at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research.