Emily Yarram
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DIY: Printable Template Tutorial for making this Crown out of Cardboard - Direct link to PDF (in French, but easy to follow) is here: http://ddata.over-blog.com/1/97/06/54//COURONNE-EN-ZINC.pdf

DIY: Printable Template Tutorial for making this Crown out of Cardboard - Direct link to PDF (in French, but easy to follow) is here: http://ddata.over-blog.com/1/97/06/54//COURONNE-EN-ZINC.pdf

Crown chimes.  This would've a very cute mobile/chandelier for a little girls room with some 'jewels' hanging from it.

Crown chimes. This would've a very cute mobile/chandelier for a little girls room with some 'jewels' hanging from it.

DIY Steampunk Crown Tutorial from Steampunkmonsters.A kid’s Burger King crown is used as the base of this amazing steampunk crown! The cheap cardboard crown was backed with cotton and scrapbook embellishments were added. First seen at Geek Crafts.This is how the crown looked before its transformation.

DIY Steampunk Crown Tutorial from Steampunkmonsters.A kid’s Burger King crown is used as the base of this amazing steampunk crown! The cheap cardboard crown was backed with cotton and scrapbook embellishments were added. First seen at Geek Crafts.This is how the crown looked before its transformation.

Card board crowns I cut out each cardboard piece and hot glued it together, spray painted them and then used hot glue to put on the decorations. For the bottom of the crown, I traced a circle shape so all the crowns would be uniform is size. Then, based on how big your circle is, measure a 1 inch wide strip of cardboard to glue on as the base band. Next, cut six strips of cardboard to the size you desire, for the arched part of the crown. You can use a pencil to bend them until they are…

Card board crowns I cut out each cardboard piece and hot glued it together, spray painted them and then used hot glue to put on the decorations. For the bottom of the crown, I traced a circle shape so all the crowns would be uniform is size. Then, based on how big your circle is, measure a 1 inch wide strip of cardboard to glue on as the base band. Next, cut six strips of cardboard to the size you desire, for the arched part of the crown. You can use a pencil to bend them until they are…

Danish Crown Regalia - 1. Crown of Christian IV 1595. 2. Crown of Christian V 1665-70. 3. The queen's crown 1731. 4. Sceptre. 5. Sword of state. 6. Globus cruciger.

Danish Crown Regalia - 1. Crown of Christian IV 1595. 2. Crown of Christian V 1665-70. 3. The queen's crown 1731. 4. Sceptre. 5. Sword of state. 6. Globus cruciger.

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