How to make an Indian headdress for a child's birthday?
How to make an Indian headdress for a child's birthday?
INDIAN HEADDRESS
Indians love feathers. They put it everywhere: whether on their teepees, on their spears or to decorate... It's a kind of distinctive sign! And quite naturally, the most distinguished of the Indians is the chief, so it's quite normal that he puts feathers on his headdress! So for a indian themed birthday, we invite you to make the headdress of the head of the party tribe with feathers!
  • 1ND STEP.

    1ND STEP.

    1ND STEP.

    Prepare all the materials needed to make your Indian headdress.

  • 2ND STEP.

    2ND STEP.

    2ND STEP.

    Take a yellow cardboard sheet and cut out two strips of 4 x 21 cm.
    Then, take a red cardboard sheet and cut out two strips of 2 x 21 cm.

  • 3ND STEP.

    3ND STEP.

    3ND STEP.

    Glue the red stripes on the yellow stripes to obtain two-tone strips.

  • 4ND STEP.

    4ND STEP.

    4ND STEP.

    Take a two-tone strip, turn it over so that you only see the yellow side and stick your feather using masking tape.

  • 5ND STEP.

    5ND STEP.

    5ND STEP.

    Repeat the operation with other feathers, so as to make the front of the headdress.

  • 6ND STEP.

    6ND STEP.

    6ND STEP.

    Do not hesitate to use feathers of different colors for the most impressive headdress.

  • 7ND STEP.

    7ND STEP.

    7ND STEP.

    Once all your feathers are attached, take the other two-tone strip.

  • 8ND STEP.

    8ND STEP.

    8ND STEP.

    Staple the two-tone strip to the first.

  • 9ND STEP.

    9ND STEP.

    9ND STEP.

    Use glue, in addition to staples, to make sure everything holds together.

  • 10ND STEP.

    10ND STEP.

    10ND STEP.

    Measure the circumference of the head of the child who will wear the headdress, cut to the right length and staple the other side of the band to close the circle.

Voila, your Indian headdress is finished! Offer it to the chief of the tribe so that he celebrates his birthday with the most beautiful gift!
Practical tip: take out the headdress when giving gifts, it shouldn't get damaged and the chef gets angry...

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