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Paper Plate Crown

by Claire Winlow (follow)
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King for a day


Be the King or Queen of the castle with this simple crown made from a paper plate.

Time: 10 minutes
Age: Under 5's
Level: Easy

Materials
Crayons, paint or felt tip pens
Paper plate
Scissors
Decorations

Method
Let your child paint or scribble all over a paper plate. Choose one colour or experiment with lots. If you're painting you could also try stamping or just fun finger painting.



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Scribble fun


When your child is happy with their design it's ready to transform into a crown.



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Make four slices as if you were cutting a cake into segments but keep to the central part of the paper plate and don't cut through the rim. You can use scissors but if you have a craft knife this will make it quicker and easier to do.



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Fold up the triangles to make the points of the crown.



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Add some extra decorations on the triangles. Try pom poms, sequins or glitter.



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Neat!!
Great idea - you could also make a fun Easter bonnet this way
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