Diy Princess Crowns

If your little girl goes to a party or has her own, she may need a costume, and we all know that most girls prefer to dress up as princesses or fairies. In such a case, your daughter will need a crown to wear too, so today I am sharing a couple of crowns to make up for her.

Princess Bubblegum from Adventure Time is made of bubblegum and is the ruler of the candy kingdom. Its crown is made of yellow with a gemstone. Also read these instructions for the costume and crown.

This beautiful tiara will make your daughter a real princess, refined and stunning! It won’t be long, all you need are wire and a large gemstone to get a delicate and girlish look.

Make yours Girls love frozen? This princess crown is inspired by it and very easy to make. There’s a free template, just a few inexpensive supplies, and with the ribbon tie on the back, you don’t have to worry about which hairstyle the princess is wearing that day.

This DIY Queen of the Moors crown was inspired by Disney’s Maleficent. The crown is a bit autumnal as there are gilded leaves, but you can change the colors up a bit if you don’t want that autumn leaf look.

This cute pink crown is so amazing that your girl will be incredibly happy! It’s made of felt, but don’t worry, you don’t have to sew at all, just cut. The piece is decorated with precious stones, but you can do what you want on it.

Not much time to craft? Make a super easy and fast princess crown out of common craft paper and turn your daughter into a real princess!

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