10 Dec

diy holiday elf party hats | 100 Layer Cakelet

Hello cakeies, we have a very special day of posts for you today! Jillian’s son Liam was gifted with a December birthday, and this year she played up the holiday theme in a big way. Before we share the whole holly jolly party, we couldn’t resist sharing a sneak peek of this easy, breezy elf party hat. This hat was inspired by Kelli Murray’s pom-pom hat that she created for her daughters birthday. Enjoy, and check back soon to see Liam’s holiday party up next!

diy holiday elf party hats | 100 Layer Cakelet

Supplies: 1. Paper mache cones / 2. Red jingle bells – found at Michaels  / 3. Felt / 4. Hot Glue Gun  / 5. String

Step 1: Cut felt into 2.5 inch stripes, and cut into a triangular shape. (see above)
Step 2. Using a small hole punch, punch a hole on the sides of the cone, and add string.
Step 3. Hot glue felt to cone and cut off access felt. Curl the ends of the felt for character.
Step 4. Cut the tip off the top of the cone and hot glue bell. Embellish with white dot stickers!

diy holiday elf party hats | 100 Layer Cakelet

Project & Styling by Jillian of 100 Layer Cake | Photo by Scott Clark Photo

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