Wednesday, May 16, 2018

18 Ways to Make a DIY Crown or Tiara

Lots of great ideas for how to make a DIY crown or tiara

If you want to learn how to make a DIY crown or tiara, you're in the right place! Whether you want to make a craft to feel fancy while watching the royal wedding, need something for International Tiara Day or just need a birthday crown for your favorite adult or child, I've got you covered! 

You want  to make a paper crown? Got it!

Birthday crown? Got it?

Mermaid crown with seashells? You better believe it! 

Just choose your favorite style of crown below and click the picture to learn how to make it! All of these crowns have a helpful tutorial that will show you how to make one for yourself. 

How to Make a Crown from Recycled Materials

Whether it's an old pair of jeans, an empty soda bottle or a discarded paper bag, you can make a beautiful crown from all sorts of discarded and recycled materials! Check out the instructions for how to make all these awesome crowns below:

Learn how to make a DIY crown from recycled fabric like jeans
on Creative Green Living

How to make a DIY crown from paper coffee sleeve
on Pink and Green Mama

Easy DIY crown idea from empty plastic containers
from DIY Inspired

How to make a paper bag crown with flowers - perfect for dressing up like a fairy!
on Happy Hooligans


How to Make a DIY Crown With Bling

If shimmer and shine are more your style, these sparkly crowns will make you swoon. From seashells to pipe cleaners, ribbons and more, this crowns will definitely catch the light! Learn how to make crowns that will bring out your inner birthday princess or sea siren.

How to make a seashell crown fit for a mermaid
on Creative Green Living

How to make a beaded crown for a wedding or a fairy queen
from Tikkido

How to make a crown with chenille stems
from Whimsy Love

how to make a birthday crown from ric rac
from My Insanity

How to make a DIY jeweled crown for a princess
from Happy Hour Projects

How to Make a Crown from Lace or Fabric

Crowns made from lace are so dainty and majestic looking. Crowns made from fabric are great because they use so little fabric that you can often complete the project with the scraps you have on hand. Learn how to turn lace or fabric scraps into a pretty crown for any occasion.
How to make a birthday crown with lace
from Rook No 17

Tutorial to make a fabric birthday crown
from Cherished Bliss

How to make a birthday crown from lace
from FaveCrafts

How to make a Bohemian style feather crown with fabric scraps
from Jacks & Kate

How to make a birthday crown with fabric
from Make It & Love It

How to Make a Crown for a Little Princess

If you have a tiny one, sometimes the big kid crowns just won't work - too pokey, too scratchy, too many pieces to swallow. This crowns are perfect for babies and toddlers age 3 and down.
how to make a fancy infant headband
from Cherished Bliss

Crown knitting pattern
from Dukes & Duchesses

How to make a birthday crown for little kids
from Craft Quickies

How to make a daisy chain
from Creative Green Living


Which was your favorite? I'd love to know! Tweet Me or leave me a comment!
Learn how to make a DIY crown or tiara. 15 different tutorials include lots of different styles of crowns - crowns for boys, girls, mermaids and more!



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3 comments:

  1. Oh thank you so much for this post - I've been scouring Pinterest for awhile now and haven't found any crowns I liked - THANK YOU!

    Met you at SNAP and totally stalked you in every way possible - can't wait to get to know you better! Hope you'll follow me back -
    Kaylynn
    AmongTheYoung.com

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  2. Thanks for featuring my no sew crown!

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  3. National Tiara Day -- I love it! Thank you so, so much for featuring my lace crowns -- definitely a royal honor to be included with all of these talented ladies!

    Jenn

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