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Royalty rules! Be the king or queen of your castle. Make a sparkling crown to wear to let everyone know you are a royal family.
Fold and tear Crayola Color Wonder™ Paper to form a strip about 16 inches (41 cm) long and 3 inches (8 cm) high to make a crown that fits around your head. Add points to your crown by tearing triangles. Glue points onto crown with Crayola School Glue. Make sure that the printed words on the paper face inside the crown.
Lay your crown flat. Decorate it with Color Wonder Glitter Paint. To write words on your crown, use a white Crayola Triangular Crayon. Paint over the letters and watch them appear.
Tear jewel-shape pieces, paint them, and glue to your crown. For a textured effect, crumple and paint torn pieces and glue them on. Dab the brushes on your crown for a polka dot rippled design. Add squiggles or stripes. Try combining colors to add a regal look.
For extra sparkle, glue on craft sequins, jewels, or beads. Tie on a bow of tulle or ribbon if you wish. With an adult’s help, glue your crown in a size to fit your head. Air-dry before wearing.
Wow! You really look like the king or queen of your kingdom!
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