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Look I Made A Hat with SVG Attic



Hi, everyone! Today I'm sharing a great way to use the JGW Mourner's Hat from the JGW Raven Quest Collection for Spring/Summer. I love this hat because you can use it for anything. Seriously, 
I've used it for Spring, Summer, and Christmas. Maybe I should use it for Halloween sometime. 
This time, I made it for my Mom, she loves the hat too. She requested it be yellow with gray and go from Easter/Spring to Summer. 

  
This is a picture of JGW Raven's Quest Mourner's Hat made for Spring/Summer with yellows and grays.
Summer

So I used yellow cardstock to create the hat and a warm gray patterned paper for 
trim, bow, and feather. The flowers, leaves, and moss are from my craft stash. 

This is a picture of JGW Raven's Quest Mourner's Hat made for Spring/Summer with yellows and grays.
Easter/Spring


You find all the details on my blog, In The Crafting Cave with Lisa.
This is a picture of JGW Raven's Quest Mourner's Hat made for Spring/Summer with yellows and grays.
The eggs are removable.
TIP:
Wood Skewers are a must In The Crafting Cave. They save your fingers from hot glue. I used one cut into thirds glued to the back of the Easter Eggs so they can be removed after Easter easily.
You can find them at Walmart and other big box stores. 
As always, thanks for stopping by and have an amazing weekend! 

I'm entering this into the following:
Silhouette Challenge #35 - Anything Goes


Comments

  1. This is such a fun and bright take on the Mourner's hat! I love seeing what you come up with each time you use that file. I know your mom is going to love it too!

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  2. What a fun hat it's so bright and bold with all that yellow love it. Hugs Nikki

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  3. You have made such wonderful Easter projects! So many fun details!
    Thanks for sharing with us at Silhouette Challenges March Showcase!

    ♥ Sue Kment

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