Thursday, December 1, 2011

Holiday Hatventure Challenge

Have you noticed that when you become a Red Hat Society Member, the world seems to take on a red and purple (or pink and lavender) hue? Anything we see and do can become an activity that we can share with our Sisters and Chapterettes. Yes, Hatters are some of the most creative women in the world when it comes to finding unique ways to turn daily living into daily Hatventures! Household items like the plunger are blinged out and turned into “royal scepters,” and virtually any item can become a fabulous hat! This month Hatquarters received several pictures and stories from Hatters who took pictures in unique locations where the objects behind them looked like a Hat or Crown!
Queen Mother Mary of the Royal Razzle Dazzlers Chapter (Illinois, United States) sent Hatquarters a wonderful Christmas card, in which she included several pictures of herself standing in front of different objects that made it look like she was wearing a crown. We also came across a wonderful photo on the Queens & Members Board earlier this month of Queen Sparkle Plenty Judy Wallis of the Hen-der-hatters (Henderson. Tennessee, United States) who took a photo in front of a large red tree that was just the perfect height to look like a hat!

The truth is, Hatters love to have fun, and they really go all out! We wanted to share these great photos and lay out a little challenge for you! With all of the fabulous Holiday d├ęcor on display, try to find a location that would make for a perfect “picture hat” and share your photos with Hatquarters. You can post them on the Queensand Members Board, the Red Hat Society Facebook Page or submit them to This is a great way to spread a little holiday cheer and laughter with your Sisters!

Do you have a great story or picture that you would like to send to Hatquarters?

We love to receive stories that we can use in any one of our various publications! If you have a great story with photos that you would like to submit, attach them in an email and send them to  You can also LIKE the Red Hat SocietyFacebook Page and you can upload your photos and include a brief description there.

If you don’t have access to email, just place them in an envelope and mail your stories and photos to:
RHS Editor
431 S. Acacia Ave.
Fullerton, CA 92831

Please don’t forget to include photos with your stories! Your smiling faces always brighten the day and we want to make sure to share them with all your Red and Pink Hat Sisters!

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