Posted February 09, 2019 05:05:31A couple got a laugh from the cuteness of their Santa hats when they made them with recycled paper and some scrap wood.
Key points:One couple had their Santa hat made with recycled wood and scrapsThe other couple had it made with reclaimed paperThe couple have a few ideas for the new Santa hatThe couple hope it will be used for a lot more than just ChristmasThe couple said the hat was made by using recycled paper, scrap wood and reclaimed cardboard from a family business that they were in contact with.
“The first one was just a little funny, the second one was really hard, but the third one was actually really funny,” said Victoria-based Victoria Jones.
“I love the idea of the paper cut, because you know what it’s going to be for the next time you’re in the forest.”
The couple had already bought a new Santa suit and a new hat, but they had to make a few modifications to make it fit their cuteness.
They decided to make the new hat with recycled material and scrap wood from their business, so they could keep using recycled material for Christmas.
“It’s just something that we thought would make people smile, and make people happy,” Ms Jones said.
“We’re just so proud of the hats, so it’s pretty cool.”
The family said the recycled material was just as beautiful and the scrap wood was just the right size to accommodate the Santa hat.
“Our Santa hat is a great way to show our appreciation to Santa Claus, and to show that we love him too,” said the couple’s son, Sam.
“Just the fact that we can make something that people can be happy with, and that makes us happy is just so great.”
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