How to make a princess crown

If you’re looking for a way to make a paper princess crown, look no further.

This paper princess crown is a safe and creative paper craft for kids. There is no cutting here, so almost no supervision is needed.

Make this DIY paper crown as a craft activity for kids at parties or a fun school craft activity.

It is a particularly fun and interesting craft for children as they get to the decorating stage. Giving them paper crowns to decorate will make them love the design as they decorated it themselves.

Supplies needed for paper Crown

How To Make a Princess Crown

Take some square paper and lay it on the surface

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Fold in half as neatly as possible

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As shown below, fold the left and right sides so that it meets me in the middle

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Fold the tip down to touch the base of the triangle

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Repeat the previous step

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Repeat one more time. She should look like a yacht.

Create 7 more.

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Put some glue on the right side of one and glue it to the wrong side of the other piece.

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Make sure the sides showing the creases are on the same side.

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Glue all eight pieces together.

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Glue the sides of the chain together and form a crown.

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Perform 8 circles with a craft punch.

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Glue the gems onto them and place the tips of the crown.

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You will need

How to make a princess crown

Find a new or used tin pail and measure the crown points flush with the pail’s circumference. Draw the points with a pointed tool.

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Using tin scissors, carefully cut along the marker line.

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Glue the Styrofoam balls to the ends of the wreath, then sprinkle with all-silver paint. Take two more colors and lightly sprinkle the gold and copper in a gradient effect.

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Dkrągła kredka woskowa przyklej na gorąco do środka każdego punktu korony. Spray them with paint.

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Hot glue rhinestones for pastels.

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Dpcjonalnie użyj pasków z kryształu górskiego i wypisz monogramowy napis na środku korony.

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Cut a 1.5cm thick wooden plank to the correct width for the crown and fold the back sides of the crown and screw it to the wooden plank. (You will need to drill a hole in the can with a drill bit for metal.)

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Attach to the wall posts with long wood screws through the wood plank. Add a curtain rod, curtain and a wall! Real!

Contributed by Leanne Guenther

Kaitlyn wanted a lime green beaded headband – well, she has to wear it * smile *.

Materials:

  • 2 pipe cleaners
  • about 40 beads – we used a combination of light and plain
  • Dpaska
    • Michelle adds: Just something I thought I’d share with everyone. The beaded crown instructions shows a Dpaskawith teeth. My daughter was wearing one of these rubber bands and she fell and hit her head. She ended up with about 20 small holes in her scalp. I immediately threw out all these gangs and urge all parents to do the same.
    • Angie napisała: Zrobiłam taką koronę i użyłam blasku jak czyściki do fajek i z folią dobrze trzymają się we włosach. I also didn’t like rubber bands and thought it was an alternative to them.
  • Dpcjonalnie: lepki klej lub pistolet do klejenia na gorąco (nie używaliśmy).

Instructions:

  • thread beads onto the pipecleaners – you don’t have to push them together too tightly – leave about an inch on either end of each pipecleaner – this depends on how wide your Dpaskais.
  • Wrap one end of the beaded pipecleaner around the Dpaskaand twist to hold (you can put a dab of glue if you like).
  • press the beads into the first closely spaced bead arch, leaving only a small gap.
  • loop the pipecleaner around the Dpaskaagain. – if necessary, reapply the hot glue.
  • Continue until you have three arches.
  • wrap the end of the second brush around the first brush (move the balls aside so they can be carefully bypassed around the brush – that’s why we left some space in the previous step.
  • repeat the operation two more times, setting the arcs of the measure you prefer.
  • Ddetnij nadmiar środka do czyszczenia rur.

How to make a princess crownWe brought the edges of the second pipecleaner back down to the Dpaska and wrapped them there instead of just attaching them to the first pipecleaner – this is just because Kaitlyn liked the design better.

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How to make a princess crown

Earlier this week I mentioned that we made some foam crowns at Princess Grace’s birthday party.

How to make a princess crown

Some children wore crowns during the party. Many others wore crowns and took them off, and some wanted to take them home and hang them on the wall.

It goes without saying that the crowns were a great success.

Before the princess’s party

how to make foam crowns

A few days before the party, I gathered the supplies I’d need to cut out the crowns. I had:

  • 12 large pieces of craft foam in various colors
  • Crown Pattern – Since the boys and girls were going to make crowns, I chose one that was neither feminine nor masculine. I took it, cut it and glued the two halves together. (The download is no longer available, so you’ll need to find it on Pinterest. Search for “crown pattern”).
  • Model tracking tag
  • Shears

mapping of the foam crowns

The night before the party, I drew a pattern on each sheet of foam rubber.

contour of a foam crown

After we tracked them all down, Joe and I started cutting them down. I wish I’d picked something with more angles and less circles, because it was annoying to cut out all of those circles.

cut the foam crowns

All the kids had to do at the party was decorate their crowns, and their parents tied elastic to secure them to the kids’ heads. It was simple and easy!

princess crown supplies

Materials for the Princess Crown Assembly

Dto materiały, które miałem dostępne: (Udawaj, że zrobiłem to zdjęcie, zanim dzieci zużyły połowę zapasów, ok?)

  • Foam stickers in a variety of themes – hearts & stars (These are glittered!), flowers, animals, ocean creatures
  • Jewels to be glued
  • Sequins
  • Bulging eyes
  • Princess stickers
  • Glitter glue
  • Flexible

Each child has chosen their own crown from the available colors. I liked the fact that many guys chose pink and purple and some girls chose blue.

decorated prince’s crown

Let the children decorate their crowns as they see fit.

Let the glitter glue dry.

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Make a small hole in the lower corners of the wreath.

making princess crowns

Measure a piece of elastic that’s a two or three inches longer than the distance between the two ends of the crown. Pass the elastic through the holes,

finish the prince’s crown

then tie the elastic so it doesn’t stretch.

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Put the crown on your favorite little head. Or, if your favorite little head is sleeping, use one of her dolls.

finished princess crown

Enjoy your DIY prince or princess crown!

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Jen Goode 13th December 2014

Today is a glittering day for girls. I’m showing you how to make a Princess Crown and Wand for little girls and their American Girl Dolls. I designed a Girl and doll Crown set for Cricut last Spring so today I thought it would be fun to include a wand in both sizes too, keep reading for the free SVG file to make the wand! Your little girl and her doll can party like princesses and you can have fun creating such a pretty accessory you’ll all love. Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, a holiday, or a daily party, every girl needs a sparkly princess crown!

How to make a princess crownCrown principessa e design della bacchetta creato da Jen Goode

My original set was created using blue glitter paper. Dba projekty zawierają rysunek Cricut ze standardowym srebrnym metalicznym markerem. The marker draws perfectly on the surface of the glitter paper I used, but be sure to test your paper before running the entire project. I ran this other wand through the Cricut on a nice white cardboard and then painted it with glitter paint. It will still work. The beauty of these cut files is that you can create them in any color of paper/cardstock you’d like. You can hide the drawing lines or choose an ink color to coordinate. So many choices!

How to make a princess crownDoll Princess Crown to make with your Cricut Explore

First let’s talk about the crown. You can create this crown by going to my Girl and Doll Princess Crown Cricut Design Space Make it Now project page. Follow the on-screen instructions to make both crowns. Dr you can choose to “customize it” and hide the size of crown you don’t need.

How to make a princess crownMake a mini doll crown and a crown for your little girlHow to make a princess crownPretty Girl and Doll Princess wands cut from Cricut and designed by Jen Goode

Make a Girl and Doll Princess Crown and Wand set:

Dba te projekty wykorzystują te same materiały, więc od tego zaczniemy, a następnie podzielę się z Wami, jak wykonać indywidualne pomysły.

The materials you need

  • Cricut Explore ™ cutting machine
  • Girl and Doll Princess Crown Make it Now project by Jen Goode
  • Girl and Doll Princess Wand SVG Design by Jen Goode (download below)
  • Carton to choose from
  • Glue
  • Scissors – cut to size if necessary
  • Decorations – glitter, jewelry, etc.

How to make the Girl and Doll Princess Crown:

  1. Visit the Make it Now project page for the Girl and Doll Princess Crown on Cricut Design Space
  2. Follow the onscreen instructions to cut these paper crowns.
  3. Glue the back panel and front together along the sides. Make sure you measure the size of your head with the crown so that the crown fits properly.
  4. Add extra decorations.

How to make a princess crownMake a Princess Crown with your Cricut designed by Jen Goode

How to make a magic wand for girls and dolls?

  1. Download the free princess wand set below. Upload to the Cricut Design Space. Ddpowiedni rozmiar. Arrange lines to set lettering, attach as needed, and cut.
  2. Once you’ve cut out the pieces, arrange the tub handles by rolling the rectangles of paper into a tube shape. Glue into place.
  3. Attach the wand pattern to your hand with glue and let it dry.

Accessories:

I painted the gold wands and crowns with two types of colors: Gold Glamor Dust and Gold Twinkles, both of which are DecorArt products. I then wrapped the handles of the wand with gold metallic thread for that little extra sparkle. You can customize them however you’d like! If you want to go all out and create some pretty princess decorations, check out my “Clouds of Inspiration” project, Do It Now. You can make various cute stars to celebrate your princesses. Here’s a tutorial to make star garland – just change the colors to match your theme colors.

How to make a princess crownThe princess wands have just been cut with Cricut ExploreHow to make a princess crownPaint and decorate the new cut princess wandsHow to make a princess crownThe princess wand is too small and cute!

Pobierz DARMDWĄ Różdżkę Księżniczki SVG– these cutting files have two different rods.

Contributed by Leanne Guenther

Kaitlyn wanted a lime green beaded headband – well, she has to wear it * smile *.

Materials:

  • 2 pipe cleaners
  • about 40 beads – we used a combination of light and plain
  • Dpaska
    • Michelle adds: Â Just something I thought I’d share with everyone. В The beaded crown instructions shows a Dpaskawith teeth. My daughter was wearing one of these rubber bands and she fell and hit her head. В She ended up with about 20 small holes in her scalp. В I immediately threw out all these gangs and urge all parents to do the same.
    • Angie napisała: В Zrobiłam taką koronę i użyłam blasku jak czyściki do fajek i z folią dobrze trzymają się we włosach. I also didn’t like rubber bands and thought it was an alternative to them.
  • Dpcjonalnie: lepki klej lub pistolet do klejenia na gorąco (nie używaliśmy).

Instructions:

  • thread beads onto the pipecleaners – you don’t have to push them together too tightly – leave about an inch on either end of each pipecleaner – this depends on how wide your Dpaskais.
  • Wrap one end of the beaded pipecleaner around the Dpaskaand twist to hold (you can put a dab of glue if you like).
  • press the beads into the first closely spaced bead arch, leaving only a small gap.
  • loop the pipecleaner around the Dpaskaagain. – if necessary, reapply the hot glue.
  • Continue until you have three arches.
  • wrap the end of the second brush around the first brush (move the balls aside so they can be carefully bypassed around the brush – that’s why we left some space in the previous step.
  • repeat the operation two more times, setting the arcs of the measure you prefer.
  • Ddetnij nadmiar środka do czyszczenia rur.

How to make a princess crownWe brought the edges of the second pipecleaner back down to the Dpaska and wrapped them there instead of just attaching them to the first pipecleaner – this is just because Kaitlyn liked the design better.

15 comments:

He’s so cute! I’ve been thinking about doing a Princess Peach cosplay lately, I might have to use your method if I do 🙂

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I love it and can’t wait for your Princess Peach cosplay. Ddpowiedz Usuń

You are so smart! It looks fantastic. You need to inform us about your dress. Can’t wait to see how it’s done!

So cute! I was just talking about making Princess Peach’s crown. For my cat. Long story.
Thanks for the tips. And I love you The Vampire Diaries T-shirt, lol

I love the idea for the crown! I love the crowns! I have a lot: L.

I really like it! Thanks for the idea = D

What are the dimensions of your crown?

what kind of glue did you use? I have the same old elm glue, but I don’t think it’s strong enough to attach the crown to the strap.

great job by the way!

I did it!! I’ll wear it tomorrow with my Princess Peach Halloween costume. Great idea! (except I was constantly burning with a glue gun: 0)

Girl you are a rescue in all 5 tastes bless you and this tutorial

What is the diameter of the gem stick? Thanks: D

This tutorial is the best. Thanks so much!!

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Easy To Make DIY Princess Crown & FREE Pattern

How to make a princess crown

Princess Crown Tutorial & FREE Pattern

Are you looking for a Princess Crown to give as a party favor for an upcoming princess party? This felt crown is very easy to make and inexpensive. Udostępniam Ci DARMDWY wzór, więc wystarczy kliknąć link powyżej lub link poniżej. Continued reading to get the instructions for this Easy To Make DIY Princess Crown & FREE Pattern tutorial.

Dto, czego będziesz potrzebować:

How to make a princess crown

  • He felt
  • Transfer paper in dark fabric
  • Shears
  • Tape
  • Crochet
  • Ruler or ruler
  • Printer
  • Press to iron or heat

Aby rozpocząć, kliknij poniższy link, aby pobrać DARMDWY wzór.

Print the pattern on Transfer paper in dark fabric. This document should be available at your local supermarket.

Just peel off the back of the printed transfer paper and place it on the felt. Take the tissue paper that came with the transfer paper package and cover your design.

Now iron the transfer onto the felt. Make sure that you allow time to cool so that you don’t burn yourself.

Use sturdy scissors to cut out the princess’s crown.

As you can see, I’ve added a small utility knife to each side of the crown. Take the scissors and make a small incision on each mark. I folded the felt to make it easier to cut.

Now cut 2 pieces of ribbon about 12 inches long.

Finally, tie a piece of ribbon on each side of the crown. Ddkryłem, że użycie igły szydełkowej ułatwia przewleczenie wstążki przez otwory.

For a step-by-step tutorial, click the video link below.

For more party ideas, check out my blog.

Also click on the comments section at the bottom of the screen. I’d love to hear about your party favors.

God bless you and your next event.

* Note: This crown includes a ribbon which may present a choking hazard.