Pretty cute, huh? First you'll need some supplies:
The crowns are made from a 2" long section of chipboard tube. You can use a paper towel core or if you have no objections....a toilet paper core. I use the paper towel core of course but either works!
Cut a piece of decorative paper 2" by 6" long. Brush Mod Podge onto the outer surface of the tube and quickly glue on your paper so that the decorative image is on the outside. Allow to dry.
Paint the interior surface of the chipboard core using a coordinating color. Allow to dry.
Using a pencil, draw guidelines onto the paper to represent the points of your crown.
With scissors, cut the tips along the pencil lines. Erase any stray marks with a white plastic eraser.
Apply glitter glue in a coordinating color along the edges of the points.
BEFORE the glitter glue dries, sprinkle fine glitter on top of it. This creates a really sparkly look. Allow to dry.
Cut a piece of rhinestone chain approximately 5 1/4" long and adhere to the bottom edge of the crown using Beacon 3 in 1 adhesive. Allow to dry.
And that's it! You now have the cutest little crown that can be used in lots of charming ways.
Take a look:
Glue them onto headbands for a festive one-of-a-kind crown!Create a lovely place card holder
And of course....they top off my sweet little Snowball Kings!