Start a new tradition of making hats for each other to wear on Thanksgiving like this pumpkin pie hat.
I was talking with my girl Hillary and she mentioned that in her family they recently started a tradition of making hats the day of Thanksgiving. As you might guess, I was all ears. Hats + holidays = I’m all about it. Not only that, but they draw names and make a hat FOR another person and have to wear it the day of Thanksgiving. Genius! Think of the possibilities with this! Well, we decided that everybody needs to adopt this tradition so we came up with a few ideas of our own. Of course, they are meant to be ridiculous. Think of Aunt Edna sporting a candy cornucopia at the dinner table!
Above, pumpkin pie hat. Below, candy cornucopia.
Start a new tradition of making hats for each other to wear on Thanksgiving like this candy cornucopia fascinator.
Start a new tradition of making hats for each other to wear on Thanksgiving like this turkey hat.
Above, Brown paper turkey hat. Below, popcorn ball fascinator. Bottom image, pinecone hat.
Start a new tradition of making hats for each other to wear on Thanksgiving like this popcorn ball fascinator.
Start a new tradition of making hats for each other to wear on Thanksgiving like this pinecone crown.
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Photography by Cassidy Tuttle 
Crafting by Hillary Gallip, Ashley Isenhour, Victoria Riza, Brittany Jepsen