Green Glitter Leprechaun Top Hats
Great Centerpiece idea!
We turned these hats up-side-down and put flower arrangements in the middle for a cute centerpiece.
February 25, 2009
Lots of loose glitter
I bought these for an Irish-themed party to leave around for guests to wear. However, when I realized that, as others have noted now, the glitter sticks on people's foreheads and so on, I used them upside-down with tissue paper and artificial flowers in them as centerpieces, and they looked really good. You could also put them right-side-up and cut an x in the middle to stick flowers into.
May 12, 2014
Too much glitter!
I bought these hats for a school production, and thought the glitter would be enclosed in the plastic, not the kind that goes everywhere. They will serve their purpose, but next time I will look for something a little less messy.
April 22, 2014
Perfect Center Piece
Great accent pieces... will add that special touch for our table decorations at our club meeting for the month of March.
February 12, 2013
The hats look great but when you touch them lots of glitter falls off. Some were dented in in the shipping. The plastic they are made of is a bit flimsy- thought they would be a little sturdier.
February 10, 2009
The glitter from these hats were a nightmare! They were all over everyone's foreheads and hair and all over the house. I decided to spray them with clear gloss to maybe reduce the glitter that kept falling off. It did help but it was a pain to spray 24 hats and also I couldn't really stack them otherwise more glitter would fall off.
February 2, 2009
We are using these hats as centerpieces for our St. Patrick's Day luncheon.
December 30, 2008