Eye-catching Winter Hat


When it comes to the winter season, parents advice kids to wear a cap. Isn’t it cute? Well, today, we are sharing Winter Hat Crafts For Preschoolers. This would motivate your kids to wear a cap like this is one of the cutest crafts of the season. So let’s get started!

Kids Winter Hat Preschoolers

This art project is so much fun, and it’s for all ages of kids but especially for preschoolers. Young children need adult help. Also, it improves the coloring skills of your child.

You can add texture to it and anything you wanted when I told my kids that we are making a hat at home. He was so excited about it, and I feel that I should share this activity with you guys.

What you need

  • White Card Stock
  • White Oil Pastels (or white crayons)
  • Watercolor Paint

Instructions (step by step)

Firstly, you have to download the free printable from the link here. We recommend printing the template on heavier cardstock paper. We tried to do this art on regular paper, but the paper soaks, so that’s why we recommend cardstock.

Let’s start by drawing a creative pattern inside the hat shape. Lines, dots, or anything you like.

We used oil pastels because it’s simpler to see them on paper, but you can use white crayons instead.

Now it’s time to show the magic! When you start watercolor on oil pastels, the hidden pattern magically appears.

Color it completely, and I highly recommend that kids should do this coloring part. Make sure that you color over the outline.

Now, cover up the cap with a paper towel. It will absorb extra paint. Leave the towel for a minute on it without moving it. When you take it off, you’ll see a fantastic texture.

Once the paint is dried, cut it off cleanly. Make sure you cut inside the black shape.

Cotton Ball Hat Craft

When the indoor time comes in winter, this is the best activity to do with your kids. Well, it’s pretty easy to do draw a hat shape and color it nicely. After that, glue some cotton balls on it, and it looks adorable. All you need to have a few common supplies mentioned below:

What you need

  • colors
  • cotton balls
  • white school glue
  • scissors

Instructions (step by step)

Firstly, grab a piece of paper and start drawing the cap outline.

When it completes, you can encourage children to color inside the outline, and It would be amusing.

We decided to color with crayons as they make a nice texture and easy to use.

Honestly, kids like to do messy stuff. And there are many different styles of color. Also, kids can use watercolor and paint with their hands. But the best way is to use crayons.

Once the coloring process is completed, add a bit of glue and start adding cotton balls, as you can see in the image.

These cotton balls make this craft cool and fun.

Moreover, you can make multiple hats of different colors and designs. Hope you like this idea! So when you’re going to make this cute Winter Hat art? Comment below and let us know!

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