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DIY for an Indian Princess Crown

March 11, 2019
DIY for an Indian Princess Crown

DIY for an Indian Princess Crown

Well, the story is that: on my last trip to the Frankfurt City, I discovered an incredibly beautiful spring crown for children. But honestly, that was way too expensive for me and that’s why I looked at it very closely and noticed, whoops, it’s easy to copy! And I did that too! Here she is my Indian princess crown! Whether the day after tomorrow for Halloween, Christmas for velvet dress or New Year’s Eve to glitter leggings, this crown makes every outfit to a very special and is still not stuffy.

You need this:

  • a children’s hairband
  • a hair comb made of metal
  • narrow satin ribbon
  • different springs
  • Glitter pipe cleaners
  • Glitter stones
  • cardboard
  • Hot glue gun
  • Scissors, pliers

And this is how it is done:

DIY for an Indian Princess Crown

1.) Split the metal comb with the pliers once in the middle and break the sharp edges with some sandpaper.

DIY for an Indian Princess Crown

2.) Using hot glue, attach the comb parts on the left and right of the headband so that the points point vertically downwards.

DIY for an Indian Princess Crown

3.) Tie together the combs and the hoop with the satin ribbon, this gives more hold and looks more beautiful.

DIY for an Indian Princess Crown

4.) Cut out a piece of cardboard half-round from cardboard and glue to the headband from behind.

DIY for an Indian Princess Crown

5.) Glue the cardboard from the front first with feathers, then with the curved glitter pipe cleaner and the stones. Or decorate to taste. Then glue the feathers from behind and you’re done!

DIY for an Indian Princess Crown

DIY for an Indian Princess Crown

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