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You don’t need magical powers to recreate the signature headdress of one of our favorite wicked fairies! All you need is some Crayola Construction Paper and a steady hand.
Let’s begin with the horns. Take some aluminum foil and press hard into the shape of a solid, narrow cone. Then twist the cone at the top into a curved tip.
Gently tear strips of black Crayola Construction Paper into different widths. Beginning from the tip, wrap the smallest strip around the horn and cut to length, making a paper loop. Repeat one-by-one until you have enough loops to cover the foil.
Starting from the top, glue or tape these loops until you reach the bottom of the cone.
Repeat steps 1-3 to make a matching horn.
Next, let’s craft the headpiece. Start with a large foam ball and have an adult carefully cut it in half. Place the flat side down and glue the horns onto opposite sides and let dry.
Cut and glue more paper to cover the rest of the foam ball half, like a helmet. Now that’s some wicked style!
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