You might ask "Why would I need to make DIY Crowns?" And to that I answer: "Why not?" Really, though, there are times when all you need is to feel like a queen or king. Whether your kingdom is a small room or you rule over an imaginary world, a DIY crown will do wonders for your reputation and power. And of course, these DIY crowns also make for fantastic party accessories. So channel your inner royalty and prepare your pretty head for its magnificent crown!
This is an easy way to make a DIY crown using beautiful flowers. You will also need duct tape, Kraft paper, and scissors for this craft project. What you do is make the crown base using the paper and then stick petals and leaves to said base via the duct tape that is stuck with the sticky side out. Wear and enjoy!
Here is a DIY crown that you can make for a birthday celebrant. It is made of felt and is a very easy sewing project. Using decorative machine stitches, this felt crown will surely be your kid's favorite accessory during his or her birthday party.
This is probably one of the most fun ways to make a** handmade crown**. The materials you need are lace, Mod Podge, metallic paint, and wax paper. Lace that has a pretty scalloped edge will look fantastic for this project. Once you've constructed the crown, you can then embellish it with rosettes or pretty stone beads.
Looking for a way to use fabric scraps? You can try this fun crown tutorial. Again, this will be great for a party or for making cutesy accessories for a little girl. I bet these would be useful for a hippie-inspired photoshooot.
This DIY crown is not exactly made of chalkboard, just chalkboard cloth. This tutorial is quite simple, too. What you do is cut your cloth to a crown shape with triangular prongs and then fasten at the back using mini brads. Write names or draw designs on your crown for extra royal fun.
Nothing like a glittery star crown to make you feel like a star. Here are the things you need to make this DIY crown: glitter foam paper, glitter paint, a strip of fabric or ribbon, thin cardboard, and a glue gun.