Yes, they both look handmade. Although neither of these look sewn. There are many patterns for sewing Mini Top Hats, but it really isn't much fun!
Here is one I made to match a dress, no sewing at all.
Fabric, trimming, guimpe (to cover the edges) and Timtex (Heavyweight Iron on stablizer) and hot glue. I used this free Tute...which has several different sizes http://www.fleecefun.com/mini-top-hat.html
I traced the pattern pieces on cardboard, one set with the seam allowances and one without.
First I cut out the Timtex to the pattern without the seam allowances.
Then I cut the fabric out WITH seam allowances, I gave myself a bit more than 1/4" maybe about 3/8".
I ironed the Timtex pieces to the wrong side of the fabric (in the center) then folded over the edges and hot glued them down. Then I assembled the hat with hot glue.
It may take a few tries to get it looking nice, or maybe not
Remember, you can hide most flaws with embellishments!
Hope this helps!