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How to make a Jubilee Crown

We are having Jubilee festivities in two weeks time to celebrate the Queens Diamond Jubilee and I have already discussed food and so now we are onto outfits! We are all going to have to wear red, blue and white. BB and I decided that to stay in true Royal spirit he needed a crown so we set on a mission to make one.

How to make a Jubilee Crown

I found the most brilliant site called Play at Powerhouse that have a crown template that just makes life so much easier.

The template comes in two halves so we printed one half onto red paper and one onto blue.

We cut them out and stuck them together onto a piece of card and then cut that out again.

How to make a jubilee crown, Multiple Mummy

 

BB then enjoyed himself decorating with blue glitter, stars, braiding and sequins.

How to make a jubilee crown, Multiple Mummy

Lets just say he got a little over enthusiastic with the glitter and we were blue and sparkly for quite a while, but I think the finished effect was worth it.

How to make a jubilee crown, Multiple Mummy

We finished it off by cutting a strip of card from a cereal box and wrapping it around his head to check the size and then fastening it with sticky tape.

How to make a jubilee crown, Multiple Mummy

He is very excited about taking his crown to Granny and Grandpa’s house.

How to make a jubilee crown, Multiple Mummy

 

 

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