9.12.2008

Birthday Crown

Do you have a little one whose birthday is coming up? Need to celebrate a loved one on a special day? Why not make them a crown and esteem them as royalty for the day! I covered a Burger King Crown (found for free at any local BK!) with scrapbook paper. I used a glue stick to adhere the paper to the crown and then using an exacto/craft knife I cut around the template of the crown. I then painted the inside with craft paint and adorned it with paper flowers and gems. My Little Princess was delighted with her crown. She calls herself the "Queen of the Chores", so this befit her royal status!

"before"


"after"-The Queen with her royal subject!

UPDATE: here is the requested template for the crown:
Birthday Crown Template 1 & Birthday Crown Template 2
Helpful hint: If possible print template to heavy cardstock.

9 comments:

  1. Queen of chores. Brilliant. I’m going to have to make crowns for all my kids!

    This was a darling project. Nice work.

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  2. You are so crafty!!!

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  3. Thanks so much for your compliments! It was a fun project and one that yielded sweet results!

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  4. cute!
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  5. Anonymous8:06 PM

    what a great crafty idea!!

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  6. Hello there! I've been looking all over the internet for something like this. I live in Venezuela, though, and Burger King doesn't have them here. Any chance you can scna the front for me and sent it to me? PLEASEEEE, I need it for my nephew's birthday. I would so much appreciate it. Maria Elena.

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  7. @ Maria- I'll get right on scanning the template in, look for an update to this post later today.

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  8. THANK YOU!!! My cute little almost one year old has a BIG head not one first b-day hat fits: ( I will use this idea with some blue glitter foam I bought for his crown at his party this Sat: ) Its Castle and Dragons themed by the way, now off to Burger King.

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