Queen Elinor's Crown

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Dressed in a flowing green gown and a shiny gold crown, Queen Elinor is the picture of grace. Using fancy gold craft paper and a bit of glittery green craft foam, you can outfit your little Brave fan with a tiara just like the majestic ruler’s.

Time: 30 minutes
What You'll Need
Gold scrapbook paper (two different shades and/or patterns)
Tacky glue stick
Sparkly green self-adhesive craft foam
How To Make It
  • 1

    Print the template and cut out the pieces. Tape the two crown face pieces together to create a full piece. Do the same with the crown backing pieces.

  • 2

    Use the template pieces to cut out shapes from the specified papers and craft foam.

  • 3

    Glue the narrower side strips atop the wider ones.

  • 4

    Glue the side strips to the ends of the crown backing, as shown.

  • 5

    Then glue the crown face atop the backing so that the ends overlap the side strips.

  • 6

    Glue the gold paper medallions atop the side arches.

  • 7

    Stick the green craft foam medallion to the center arch.

  • 8

    Fit the crown to your child's head by overlapping the side strips and gluing (or stapling) them together.

Cutting should be done by an adult.
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