Cork hats were traditionally worn by jackaroos and swagmen to keep the flies off their faces in the Australian outback. Now you can make your own!
Decorate hats, caps and slippers, make a hat out of newspaper, fold clothes out of origami paper - lots of clothing crafts to have fun with here!
This is an easy gift idea for kids to make, and they can really go to town personalising their slippers for the recipient!
Kids will have fun making and wearing this fun, floppy Mardi Gras jester hat! Of course, while it looks like a jester hat, it is actually made like a simple crown.
This is a well-known and simple origami model, fun to make with kids because they can enjoy wearing the finished object! And there is nothing to stop you sticking down the flaps, painting the hat and adding all sorts of embellishments, so you can use this model for dressing up projects too.
This origami shirt is a little tricky to fold, but it's worth persevering because it looks great. You could make it with plain paper and add your own decorations, or find a nice stripe or check for a different effect.
Make this wonderful royal cape in a jiffy - and dress up in royal style! Perhaps you could have a look at footage of the Queen's coronation and admire her heavy, long train, held up by her ladies in waiting!
Perfect for your Independence Day parade or picnic, this Uncle Sam Hat is fun to make and will help your child celebrate the Fourth of July in style!
Get out the fabric paints and scraps and have a go at creating your own Union Jack t-shirt! Make it big like we did and it will last a few washes - and years!