King Crown Craft

What child doesn’t love to play king? Of course the most important thing for a king is his crown. Make this simple yet royal craft with your child and turn him or her into “Your Majesty”.

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You’ll Need

* Construction Paper
* Glue
* Scissors
* Markers
* Buttons
* Beads
* Tape or Stapler


Start by cutting a piece of cardboard that’s about 10 inches high and long enough to fit around your child’s head. Cut triangles out of one side to make it into a crown shape. Let your child decorate the crown by coloring or painting it and gluing glass beads on as jewels. When the crown is all decorated and the paint had a chance to dry, either tape or staple the two ends together to make the round crown shape. Place the crown on the king.

You and your child can make a simple scepter out of a paper towel roll and a Styrofoam ball. Glue the ball on top of the cardboard roll, cover everything with either gold foil wrapping paper, or color it and then add various glass beads as jewels to the scepter. You can even ball up little pieces of different colors of tissue paper to make the jewels.

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