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This green and tiny painted hat with bronze highlights is upcycled from re-purposed trash and salvaged junk. Its small round base is crowned by a bouquet of handmade flowers and fabric leaves. The silly, striped green and white tiny hatband makes this one-of-a-kind, whimsical hat perfect for a goddess embracing the wacky feminine by clowning around in her garden. Secure to hair or a wig with bobby pins through lace loops.

Green Flower Upcycled Tiny Painted Hat

SKU: hatriceegg3
  • This Shamrock green painted hat with bronze highlights is a tiny and lightweight whimsical art headpiece that is sure to bring good luck. It was created from a plastic bowl, an egg carton, a wreath, and scrap fabric, that would have otherwise ended up in a landfill. The base and the flower bouquet I handpainted, inside and out, with acrylic paints and the small fascinator has been lacquered multiple times, making it water and scratch-resistant.*  The green and white headband is scrap fabric from a sexy pirate wench skirt I am making. Cock at a slight angle and secure it to your hair, wig, or even a knit cap with crisscrossing bobby pins** slipped through the green loops. 


    • one of a kind 
    • whimsical painted fascinator hat
    • 5 1/2 W x 5" H.
    • upcycled materials (read above), cleaned and repurposed
    • green grosgrain inner hatband
    • green lace loops for securing it to the head. **Do NOT use bobby pins that have lost their coating.
    • a wearable "culinary" art hat sculpture for preteen girls to elder women
    • perfect to top off a Halloween or St. Patty's day costume. Makes a great Easter bonnet derby hat or tea . Or a party hat for a themed or costumed birthday, festival, or parade, and a wacky hat for videos 
    • artist label
    • Handmade in Windsor CA
    • read stories about painted hats
    • from my upcycled hats at Touch of Ridiculous
    • No Returns


    Handle with care. Hold hat sides, NOT by the brim or flowers. 
    Clean with a feather duster or spot clean gently with a soft cotton or bamboo rag and a drop of water. No chemicals, abrasive materials, or sharply pointed metals. 


    While this hat is lacquered and water-resistant, it is not necessarily waterproof. Cover it if caught in the rain or when near misters. If it does get wet, gently shake off water droplets, pat it with a tea towel, and set it to dry in the sunshine or in front of a fan on a low setting.
    Store in a dry place.


    Styling Ideas:

    Looks great alone with hair twisted up into a sloppy bun or, worn on top of  a colorful wig, or a feathered or knit cap

    Keep the silly look simple with a solid or nature-patterned green dress, pantsuit, or costume

    For more dramatic occasions, pair it up with one of my upcycled festival skirts or a piece of upcycled jewelry

    Peruse what is currently available in my SHOP, where the rest of my wearable art accessories are organized by color, and let your imagination run wild.

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