Monday, July 9, 2012

How To Make A Paper Crown and Tiara in 5 Simple Steps

I like this project because it was simple and easy. It also provided a way for my oldest girl Zoi to practice her sewing skills.

#1. Grab a piece of colored paper and a marker and draw the front part of your tiara or crown on half of the paper.

#2. Draw the back part of the crown on the other half of the paper.

#3. Dray your jewels and designs. (some of our designs in the pictures were photo shopped at photo

#4. Cut out your design

#5. Sew up one side of the crown or you could also tape, glue or staple. Then measure the head of your royal citizen and sew the other side. We used a fancy stitch for fun. These didn't last long but if you really wanted to maybe you could use a better paper than we did.





Nora, the inspiration for this project. My little PRINCESS!
Have you ever made these at home?

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Unknown said...

Cute!! We will have to try this. I make my daughter crowns out of coffee filters lol.

Jenifer Harrod said...

Really? You will have to tell us how. Thanks Camille.

Unknown said...

This is gorgeous! Love your pics too!!! i can't imagine how you find time to do blog posts, but am very happy that you do :-)
have a wonderful day

Jenifer Harrod said...

Thanks Jutta Blogging gives me something to do when I run out of energy. I have a lot of chronic pain with my scoliosis but I'm working on that.

Kate @ Teaching What Is Good said...

OK, those photos had me giggling out loud!! Very fun. Thanks for sharing this on my link-up!

Jenifer Harrod said...

Your welcome! WE're pretty cheeesy around here:)

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