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Cork cowboy hat

 

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We've been collecting wine corks for quite some time now. Here is one way we found to put them to good use. I like the way they look much like straw once they are cut into pieces... and what a great texture for little hands to discover!


 

1. Gather your materials. You will need white glue, several wine corks, scissors, brown Fun Foam, paper, a pen, and feathers.

 

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2. Using a pen, draw a cowboy hat shape (no need to be perfect as you can see!) on the paper. Have children cut it out.

 

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3. Have children trace the paper model on the brown Fun Foam and cut it out.

 

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4. Cut each wine cork into four pieces. You may want to cut them ahead of time since this step is difficult for little ones.

 

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5. Cover the cowboy hat shape with white glue.

 

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6. Add the cork pieces, beginning at the bottom and working your way up to the top of the cowboy hat.

 

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7. Add ribbon and a feather and you're done!

 

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Patricia-Ann Morisson


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