There's a "Party Hats for Grownups" store and it's got all you need to say "good riddance" to 2017 in cone-shaped, elastic-under-the-chin style.
The first one pictured above shows a bunch of dumpster fires with the words "adios" and "bye."
When flat, the second one, called "The Shit," looks like this:
And the third, "The Adios," like this:
A set of five (one style) is $10.25.
These stunning felted-wool witch hats are the handiwork of a Kentucky-based fiber artist named Kate. The world of fantasy felted creations is her full-time job now. On top of creating them, which she sells in her shop Felt Wicked Art, she also teaches felting workshops all over the United States and offers downloadable tutorials to […]
In 1911, inventor Frank P. Snow invented this “hat guard” to inflict a painful punishment on any creep with the gall to steal a chapeau belonging to another gentleman. From Weird Universe: A thief could take the hat, but if he tried to put it on, a “guarding prong” would jab into his skull. The […]
My friend Gabe created these fun “Fuck Trump” and “Immigrant” hats! All profits go to the American Civil Liberties Union! Gabe says: On a personal note, making these hats has been a profound and grounding exercise in connecting with others from across the world that I would not have connected with otherwise. I know that […]
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