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Easy Card Crown

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Little kings or queens will enjoy making and decorating their own crowns. It's a cheap and easy activity for a rainy day which keeps the children entertained for a while to make the crown and then play dress ups with it after. We added a design using embossing powder and stamps but you could embellish using paint, pens, stickers, or any other decoration items.



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Time: 20 minutes
Age: Under 5s
Level: Easy

Materials
A3 size card
Sticky tape
Scissors
Decoration items

Method
Draw a design for the front of your crown in the middle of the piece of card. Draw a rectangular strip on either side. We made a spiky zigzag for the king and a more rounded shape for the queen.



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Cut out and wrap the band around the child's head to work out the right size. Trim the band to the right size leaving a little extra to be able to overlap the ends to join securely.
Decorate the crowns with pens, stickers, gems etc. We had a go at using an embossing stamp, embossing powder and heat gun to make our metallic design.



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Rubber stamp and embossing stamp pad




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Spreading the embossing powder over the stamp before shaking off excess powder and melting with heat gun




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Embossed design


When finished, overlap the two ends together and secure with sticky tape.



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#Crown
#Dress up
#Fancy dress
#Costume
#Hats and headwear
#King
#Queen
#Princess
#Cheap
#Easy
#Under 5s
#Embossing
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